Accessible Cooking Classes

NDIS - Cooking classes and meal preparation

Unlock the potential of your NDIS plan with our Plan Managed NDIS Funding options at In My Own Kitchen.

Our accessible recipes, customised methods, and personalised food plans are designed to boost your independence and allow you to enjoy your favourite foods hassle-free. With a focus on inclusivity, we proudly offer services tailored to individuals with disability support needs.

Say goodbye to weekday meal prep stress and hello to food freedom with our weekly or fortnightly fresh home-cooked meals. Experience the joy of cooking without the hassle. Contact us today to learn more and start your journey with In My Own Kitchen.

Looking for our group social community classes? Click here for more information

How can I help you?

Cooking in your kitchen

Here’s how it works:

  • We discuss your needs and accessibility options

  • We look at what utensils you have in your home

  • We discuss your budget and the meals you like

  • I come to you and we cook the meal together

  • You learn a delicious meal and enjoy it or make enough to put some away in the freezer for later!

  • Prefer meals prepared for you? In home meal preparation can be arranged with a minimum 2 hour booking

accessibility as the focus

Cooking with ease

By having me at your side you can learn at your own pace. No confusing recipes, no having to work out how to adjust it, no ingredients you have never heard of. Just good food made simple

Here's how it works:

  • I make sure the recipe has simple instructions that are easy to follow

  • Recipes may have visual guides for instructions depending on participants needs

  • Recipes based on foods you enjoy so you enjoy cooking them!

  • Utensils that assist in the preparation as required such as blenders, safety knives, scissors, food choppers and non slip mixing bowls. All utensils required are considered so you can cook with confidence 

  • Short lessons - designed to keep interest, not tire you out and be suitable for a weekday meal

Invoicing and Booking

How to book and how do you charge

Ready to start your lessons? In My Own Kitchen can work with participants on a plan or self managed fund but please note we are not a registered NDIS provider - our service agreements, current blue card and QLD police check provide quality assurance. A service agreement is provided for clarity and to ensure all expectations are met. 

Not ready for the ongoing commitment? Casual classes are booked subject to availability. 

Payments? No worries! I invoice your plan manager or you, aligning with NDIS funding caps. Ingredients are invoiced separately if you wish me to provide them.

Wondering about what funding to use?

Common codes used are: 

Category 1 - Assistance with Daily Life

This code is used for participants booking classes directly with me. I use this code to invoice for my payments

Category 4 - Assistance with Social & Community Participation 

This code may be used by participants to gain support for participation in group classes - see the link below for our latest group class offering

Category 9 - Increased Social and Community Participation

This category of funding can be used to pay for tuition fees, art classes, sports coaching and similar activities that build skills and independence - please check the link below for our latest group class offering

Please note this is a guide only and for more information please visit the NDIS website or contact your plan provider. 

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