MePACS is a 24/7 fast response personal alarm service responded to by real people, based in Australia – we have been keeping communities safe for over 30 years. We’re backed by an Australian Public Health provider – with all profits going back into Public Health.
For people living with chronic conditions and disabilities, MePACS provides the highest level of customer service in a professional and caring manner, providing peace of mind for both our clients and their family.
As a registered NDIS provider, MePACS can give you added peace of mind and reassurance to assist you continue living independently.
What is an NDIS Provider?
NDIS providers are organisations that have met the strict requirements set by the NDIA (National Disability Insurance Agency) regarding qualifications, approvals, experience and capacity. This makes it easier for NDIS participants to find trustworthy products and services. For a MePACS personal alarm, participants are able to receive funding as long as they have funds available in the Capital Support or Assistive Technology categories.
Why should I get a MePACS alarm?
At MePACS, we have many clients in the disability sector from patients to carers. Our aim is to help people live their life with greater peace of mind and confidence, knowing that MePACS are there for them at any time, 24/7.
We offer both home and mobile alarms to give clients the confidence to leave the house and still have access to our emergency response team, which supports individuals who want to increase their community engagement. We want our clients to feel independent and safe with an NDIS alarm in their own home & when out and about too.
With the MePACS personal alarm, help is only 2 minutes away once you have pressed the button, responded to by our professional team based in Australia.
How do I include a MePACS alarm in my NDIS plan?
Once you or your client has identified their goals as part of their NDIS plan, the next step is to search for the right organisation to provide the services and products to support these goals. If they would like to include a MePACS personal alarm in the NDIS plan, then funds need to be available in the Capital Support and Assistive Technology Categories.