Your future.
Our support.

Care Squared is a national organisation that provides personalised, high quality, fully accredited health expertise and services to help you achieve your NDIS goals. Our allied health team includes occupational therapists, psychologists, rehabilitation counsellors and more.

We offer no-gap, comprehensive health supports, early interventions and services that build skills and independence, and quick and comprehensive health assessments. We work with you to develop health programs based on your needs and wants, and that are realistic and achievable with your NDIS budget.

How can we help?

Care Squared is a national organisation with a mission to help people realise their full potential. We aim to take the stress and confusion from Participants, Carers and Support Coordinators and provide you with personalised, high quality and fully accredited allied health services to help you reach your NDIS goals.

We offer cost-effective, comprehensive health assessments and tailor health programs for your needs and wants that are realistic and achievable with your NDIS budget.

Meet us

Kylie Henderson - Care Squared

Welcome to our Care Squared website.

I created Care Squared to make sure NDIS participants have access to high quality and supports and services that are provided by registered health experts who have a deep commitment to providing excellent customer service and ethical, evidence-based care.

Having NDIS participants in my family, I know what it’s like to navigate the system to ensure you find help and support you can trust. I can assure you that Care Squared staff have a thorough knowledge of the NDIS system and will give you advice on what we think is your best way forward to build the skills and independence that will support you to live the life you want to lead.

Our allied health team includes occupational therapists, psychologists, rehabilitation counsellors and more. A huge benefit of teaming with Care Squared is we can deliver assessments after referral. Another is our no-gap fees. And, if you need several health supports, we are all in one place, making it so much easier and time-efficient to manage.

Whether you are an NDIS participant, Carer or Support Coordinator, it would be our honour to work with you to achieve your goals. Please call our friendly Care Squad team on 1300 63 26 39 and they will let you know how to get started.

Dr Kylie Henderson
Care Squared Founder & Managing Director

What we do differently

NDIS participants choose us because of our expertise and the high standard of care we offer. We have a strong reputation for our evidence-based, backed-by-science health approach and our commitment to providing the best, specialised health care based on individual needs and goals.

All our health practitioners are tertiary educated and registered with the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA), the national authority that protects the public by settings the standards and policies that all registered health professionals must meet.

Our aim

To help people realise their full potential.

Our Values

Care Squared Value Quality


What we do, we do well.

We have high standards, and we take pride in both the pace and value of our work.

Care Squared Values Responsive


We work quickly yet take the time to understand our customers.

Our kind, ethical staff are attentive listeners who connect clients quickly
to the support they require.

Care Squared Values Innovation


We are constantly developing new ideas and approaches.

We encourage creative thinking, keep up with new scientific methods and partner with leading research institutions.

Care Squared Values Care


We offer holistic care.

We integrate health services to ensure all our customers’ needs are met.

Care Squared Values Results


Our clients’ successes are our greatest achievements.

We are committed to delivering the best possible outcomes.

Care Squared Values Integrity


We treat people with respect.

We are honest, loyal, trustworthy, reliable and responsible.

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