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The NDIS is a government-funded program in Australia that provides support and services to individuals with permanent and significant disabilities. It aims to empower people with disabilities to live an ordinary life and achieve their goals.

To be eligible for the NDIS, you must:

  • Be under 65 years of age when applying
  • Be an Australian citizen, permanent resident, or hold a Protected Special Category Visa
  • Have a permanent/significant disability that impairs your daily life and requires support
To apply for the NDIS, you need to complete an access request form and provide relevant documentation to support your eligibility. You can submit your application online or contact the National Disability Insurance Agency (NDIA) for assistance.
The NDIS funds a wide range of supports and services tailored to individual needs, including therapies, assistive technology, personal care, home modifications, and more.
Yes, the NDIS is designed to give participants choice and control over their support. You can choose your registered or unregistered service providers, ensuring they meet the NDIS requirements.

The funding amount is determined based on your individual needs, goals, and the reasonable and necessary support required to enhance your independence and participation.

An NDIS planning meeting is an opportunity for you to discuss your goals, needs, and support requirements with an NDIS planner. Together, you will create a personalised plan that outlines the support you will receive.

Yes, NDIS plans are reviewed regularly to ensure they continue to meet your needs. You can request a plan review if there are changes in your circumstances or goals.

Yes, receiving other government support does not automatically disqualify you from accessing the NDIS. Your eligibility will be based on the NDIS criteria and the impact of your disability.

In some cases, there may be a waiting period to access the NDIS after your eligibility is confirmed. This depends on your location and the availability of NDIS services.

Yes, the NDIS can provide funding for support coordination services, which help participants navigate and implement their NDIS plans effectively.
The NDIS funds a wide range of supports and services, including but not limited to therapy, personal care, assistive technology, home modifications, mobility equipment, employment support, and social participation activities.

Support Coordination is a funded service under the NDIS that helps you navigate and coordinate your support. A Support Coordinator can assist you in understanding your plan, connecting with service providers, and maximising the benefits of your NDIS funding.

Early intervention refers to support and services provided to children under 7 years old with a developmental delay or disability. The early intervention aims to address the child’s needs early on to improve their long-term outcomes.

We possesses a proficient capability to deliver comprehensive Allied Health services to our participants. The range of services we provide encompasses several critical areas, including Behaviour Support, Occupational Therapy, Physiotherapy, Psychology, Speech Pathology, and Psychosocial Recovery Coaching.

You can visit the official NDIS website at for comprehensive information about eligibility, services, support, and the application process. You can also contact the NDIS directly through their helpline or by visiting a local office.

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