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Tweed Daily: App to Match NDIS Support in Tweed

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There’s a new service for NDIS support in Tweed Shire.

People living with a disability on the Gold Coast and Tweed can choose NDIS support workers they match with – thanks to a new mobile app and website.

They can also choose services they need through the app and platform from Gold Coast start-up, Kynd.

Kynd has just received a $200,000 grant from Advance Queensland’s Ignite Ideas Fund to help empower people with a disability and NDIS support workers. The platform matches NDIS Participants with Support Workers, with hundreds of local Support Workers available across the Northern Rivers area.


NDIS Support in Tweed Shire

The Gold Coast-based service helps over 50 people with NDIS support in Tweed Shire and across the New South Wales northern rivers regions, with more people using the service each week.

Kynd founder Michael Metcalfe said Kynd was a simple platform which empowered people living with disability and their families to choose the right local support worker for their National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) support.

“This also gives flexibility, freedom and direct work to local disability support workers,” he said.

“With the right support and the right work, everyone thrives and lives happier lives. Through the NDIS rollout, people now have freedom and choice. Kynd’s technology and service is about empowering people, simplifying life and constantly innovating.”

Mr Metcalfe said the Queensland Government was supporting Kynd through the Ignite Ideas early-stage innovation fund – part of the $755 million Advance Queensland initiative. He said it would also help Kynd welcome new NDIS participants, support workers and partners, and help reach more people for NDIS support in Tweed Shire. “Our team is striving every day to solve the complexity and cost of disability support. It’s a big mission,” he said.

This article first featured in the Tweed Daily News.

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