Temporary Transformation Payment (TTP)
The Compass Institute (Compass) is a registered NDIS Provider and as a provider of community and centre-based activities we are eligible to apply Temporary Transformation Payment (TTP) rates.
In line with the rules in the NDIS price guide, the rates Compass charges for supports depends on the nature of the support, where the support is delivered, the time of day that the support is delivered, how complex the participant’s needs are, and the ratio of supports delivered (i.e. if the participant is supported one-to-one by a support worker, or in a group supported by the same worker). Compass charges participants at the TTP rates under the 2019 – 2020 NDIS price guide.
Compass provides support under the following Registration Group Names:
- Innovative Community Participation
- Development of Daily Living and Life Skills
- Participation in Community, Social and Civic Activities
- Group and Centre Based Activities
Support rates applied by Compass are based on the rates in the NDIS price guide; Compass is in the process of updating our Website to include information on these rates; please contact us to request a copy of our schedule of charges.
If you have questions or queries, please contact us via phone on 07 5445 9116 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
A new partnership with Compass and the Big Pineapple, announced today, will see people with disability supporting new commercial ventures at the Big Pineapple.
Compass is an award-winning, Sunshine Coast based service for people with disability, offering numerous enriching life skills and vocational opportunities. Through Compass, they build skills and confidence through various ventures such as working on the local 20-acre Compass Farm, along with other enterprises such as cafes, a woodwork shed, pottery, and commercial kitchen. The newly announced partnership with the Big Pineapple extends on Compass’ successful training model where people with disability learn and apply skills, readying them for vocational opportunities in the community.
Compass CEO, David Dangerfield, expressed his delight at partnering with the Big Pineapple. “Together with the Big Pineapple team, we will build a best practice model for inclusion of people with a disability in valued roles, that will rival anything seen in this country.”
“We strongly support the vision of the Big Pineapple to return agribusiness and food related tourism to this iconic location. With dozens of enterprises ready to call the Big Pineapple home over the coming years, we have eager people, supported by teachers and volunteers, ready to ‘pitch in’ and help the Big Pineapple become a great success.”
Jim Costello, Big Pineapple Renewal Project Director, agreed, “We are pleased to welcome Compass into the Big Pineapple family, and we see numerous opportunities for people with disability across our site. We are offering land and space for farming ventures, with the produce able to be sold in our refurbished market hall, just as one example. We also see Compass workers supporting other food and beverage operators who are coming to the Big Pineapple”.
“As part of the Big Pineapple refurbishment program commencing this year, we are returning the iconic pineapple farm across the slope near the train tracks. The Compass crew can make sure our pineapples are always well tended and ready to be included in our re-booted pineapple sundaes and parfaits, as we welcome more visitors to our site.”
Local Sunshine Coast Councillor, Cr Jenny McKay enthusiastically expressed her support. “It’s wonderful two great Sunshine Coast hinterland companies have teamed up, and I can see tremendous opportunities for Compass workers to contribute in many practical ways at the Big Pineapple”.
“From first-hand experience I know Compass is dedicated to helping people with disability and their families. Through the assistance of corporate partners like the Big Pineapple we can ensure we are one of the most caring and inclusive communities in Australia.”
An invitation from Hot 91 to the movies turned into the most amazing surprise imaginable. Families from Compass arrived to meet Santa and let him know their Christmas wish. We totally enjoyed the movie Arthur Christmas and then the biggest surprise of all. The wishes were granted as Hot 91.1 staff arrived laden with wrapped iPads, x boxes and smart TVs. They even managed a trampoline !! While we were relaxing in the air conditioned cinemas at, Hot 91.1 staff we’re running around the Maroochydore Homemaker Centre granting wishes. Would have to be the best Christmas surprise I have ever witnessed. Thanks so much to our wonderful friends at Hot 91.1 and Maroochy Homemaker Centre for inviting us to be part of this very special event. We hope you all have a very Merry Christmas and we are so grateful for your generosity… The video says it all;
An early Christmas present from our local council arrived this month in form of a grant for $10,000 to enable Compass to install a Wheelchair Lift into our brand-new bus located at the Caloundra Campus. This project, proudly supported by the Sunshine Coast Council’s grants program will enable all of our trainees to enjoy the regular outings arranged by our wonderful staff.
Lightning struck at the Compass Farm this week! Staff and trainees are so excited that The Compass Institute will be the Sunshine Coast Lightning Charity Partner for 2019. We look forward to a fantastic partnership