Why MMT Care

About Us

Through our vision of being different, we believe in the true meaning of the word ‘care’. We care about nurturing and building respect between our clients and their carers.

We ensure that freedom of choice, individuality and dignity remain in the hand of those we care for. MMT Care provides reassurance and quality of care from a few hours a day as required to 24/7 complex support needs.

Our client-centred approach sets us apart. We know every person and every disability is different, whether you need short term accommodation, medium term accommodation, supported independent living, or in-home care we will connect with you and your family to create a service that truly works.

Meet Our Team

Ryan Wait

Chief Executive Officer

Jane Turner

Director of Practice and Service Excellence

Katrina Gibson

General Manager

Sandesh Syangtan

Registered Nurse

Niamh Clements

Operation Manager – Gold Coast

Sarah Connor

Registered Nurse – QLD

Are you in New South Wales, Queensland or Victoria?

We’ve been providing care and support as a registered NDIS provider for many years. Contact our friendly staff to discuss your goals, we’d love to hear from you.

Frequently asked questions

We are all about overcoming obstacles and encouraging abilities.

MMT Care has extensive NDIS experience. We are a widely recognised and celebrated NDIS provider that has worked within the disability sector in a variety of areas, from Allied health to Supported Independent living to Voluntary out of Home care. While we are still a young organisation, our expansive growth and movement into a variety of different facets of the NDIS, highlight our ability to provide excellent service to individuals of all sorts of needs.

MMT Care offers these services in the following states
Supported Independent Living – QLD, VIC, NSW
Medium Term Accommodation – QLD, VIC, NSW
Short Term Accommodation – QLD, VIC, NSW
Allied Health – QLD
Community Nursing – QLD
Daily Living & Community Access – QLD, VIC, NSW
Put simply, anything you request that doesn’t meet reasonable and necessary criteria set by the National Disability Insurance Scheme Act (2013) will not be funded.
Supports must meet all of the following criteria:
  • Will assist you to pursue your goals, objectives and aspirations as stated in your plan
  • Will facilitate your social and economic participation
  • Be value for money
  • Be effective and beneficial for you, and in line with current good practice
  • Takes account of what is reasonable to expect families, carers, informal networks and the community to provide
  • Is most appropriately funded through the NDIS (rather than other systems like Health or Education).
This is in the legislation (NDIS Act) and is a guiding tool for planners. So, remember to use this is a checklist for all your requests and use this language when you are pre-planning!
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