Multiple and complex needs

Multiple and complex needs

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Multiple and complex needs

“Multiple and complex needs” is a broad term used to describe people or families that might be experiencing a combination of multiple disabilities, high support needs, mental health concerns, or other issues. This term may be used to describe your situation if you are unable to get the support you need from a single service. For example, you may require services from specialists on top of your disability support or mental health support.

Working together

If you’re experiencing multiple and complex needs, you might need support from a number of professional services. Our staff have expertise in developing support plans that include external services like psychiatric services, specialist disability services, general practitioners, behaviour specialists, and acquired brain injury services.

Where we provide you with support, our staff will be matched with you based on skills and experience, to make sure you receive the highest quality support.

Flexible support, when and where you need it.

The Tipping Foundation can provide flexible support in your home, or in the community, based on our thorough understanding of working with people who experience multiple and complex needs. We also offer day services and life skills programs where you can learn new skills.

Respite: Taking a break.

Respite is about sharing responsibility for caring and getting a break for yourself. We know that sometimes, you and your carer may need a break, so we offer flexible respite options including respite in your home, group respite or respite in a facility.

Find out more about our flexible respite options here

Finding somewhere to live.

The Tipping Foundation runs close to 40 residential accommodation houses across Victoria. These houses are set up like a share house, and support you to live an independent lifestyle.

We offer a range of other services. Find out more.