Professional, caring, celebrating the beauty of life. That’s Bradannii.

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Participants

Your situation is unique, and the support you need is unique. From Plan Management to Community Access and Capacity Building and much more, we are here for you.

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Nominees

Getting the right support for your loved one can be overwhelming and lonely. Our promise is to listen to your unique story and provide professional services that meet you where you are.

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Partners

Our experienced, professional staff provide a wide range of care and support services to our participants and nominees. Find out more about our experience, our credentials and our commitment to being the best.

Why Choose Us

ICON - We go the extra mile for you

We go the extra mile

ICON - We are professional and trusted

We are professional & trusted

ICON - We are there if you need us

We’re there when you need us

Supporting Our Participants and the Community Throughout the Covid-19 Crisis

As the depths of the Covid-19 pandemic continues to spread and impact the lives of our participants and the broader community, I am writing to reassure you that Bradannii has a firm strategy in...

February is HeartKids National Awareness Month

February is HeartKids National Awareness Month. The Bradannii team would like to recognize the important work that they do. It’s a heartbreaking fact that there are 64,000 Australian children, teen...

What is Supported Independent Living?

Supported Independent Living (SIL) is a shared accommodation residence that enables people with disability (including mental illness) to live on their own or with family while receiving the type of...

The Bushfires Bring Aussies Together

The opening track on the Beatles eleventh studio album, Abbey Road, is one of the most famous songs of all time, Come Together. Come Together was penned by John Lennon and was intended to be used as...

FAQ for YOU: Smoke Inhalation

Sadly, Australia has had one of the most horrific bushfire seasons in recorded history. That means that smoke inhalation has become an important health topic. It has affected a lot of people,...

What is Respite and How Does It Benefit You

Respite is a benefit filled opportunity for a carer and the recipient to have a well-earned, temporary, break from the duties of care and being cared for. Respite can last anywhere from a few hours...

How the NDIS Helps Children with Developmental Delays

Meet Sammy. Sammy is four turning five before Christmas. He lives in Brisbane. Like most boys his age he loves trains, trucks, dinosaurs, and has gotten heavily into the Christmas spirit. He simply...

How to: Choose an NDIS Plan Manager

Now that you’ve been accepted for an NDIS plan, it’s time to decide on how you want your plan managed. You can opt to manage your own plan, have the NDIA manage it for you, select an independent...

How to: Manage Your NDIS Funds

It is important to understand how and why you want your NDIS plan to be managed. There are three primary options when managing your plan and you even have the option of having different parts of...

How to: Get the Most from the Planning Process

If you’re reading this blog about getting the most from your NDIS planning process, then it may mean that you have successfully applied. If so, congratulations on being accepted into the NDIS. Now...

Continue to follow the Aust Govt Dept of Health advice:

  • Stay at home if you are unwell
  • Avoid touching your face, nose and mouth
  • Stay 1.5 metres away from people who are coughing or sneezing
  • Cover coughs and sneezes
  • Wash hands regularly

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    Continue to follow the BRADANNII continuity plan guidelines reuse of PPE, care for Participants and communication and remember the following:

    Anyone with the following symptoms, even mild, should get tested:

    • Fever (≥37.5°C or history of night sweats/chills)
    • Cough
    • Sore/scratchy throat
    • Shortness of breath (difficulty breathing)
    • Loss of smell and loss of taste (new criteria)

    YOU should self-monitor for symptoms and if you develop symptoms, you should:

    • Inform your manager immediately
    • Exclude yourself from all workplaces
    • Get tested and isolate at home until results are advised

    YOU should monitor all PARTICIPANTS and other staff for symptoms and if that individual has symptoms you should:

    • Inform your manager immediately (who will discuss/advise/guide re informing the individual of the situation and their responsibilities re testing)
    • Exclude yourself from the workplace
    • Get tested and isolate at home until results are advised

    Our COVID-19 Response

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