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Understanding the NDIS

The NDIS is a revolutionary nationwide programme in Australia aimed at empowering people with disabilities. It offers the necessary support and services to help individuals reach their personal objectives and improve their overall well-being. Whether it involves aid with daily tasks, personal grooming, or developing skills for autonomy, the NDIS is committed to helping you create a meaningful life.

Guides and Checklists

Checklist: Discover if you qualify for NDIS

Unlock the possibilities of personalised care and support through our NDIS checklist.

Guide 1: How to apply for
support

Navigate the application journey confidently with our step-by-step guide.


Guide 2: How to craft your NDIS Plan

Participate in creating your care plan through our comprehensive guide.


Frequently Asked Questions

The NDIS is a government initiative providing support to Australians with disability, their families, and carers. It is designed to give individuals more choice and control over the support they receive.

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Eligibility for the NDIS depends on age, residency status, and the nature of the disability. Generally, it’s for Australians under the age of 65 who have a permanent and significant disability.

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To apply, you need to complete an Access Request Form and provide evidence of your disability. This can be obtained from the NDIS website or by contacting an NDIS office.

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The NDIS covers a wide range of supports and services, including personal care, access to community services, therapy services, and support for daily living.

Your NDIS funding can be managed in three ways: NDIA-managed, plan-managed, or self-managed. Each option offers different levels of control over how funds are used.

Yes, one of the key principles of the NDIS is to give you the freedom to choose your service providers and how your support is delivered.

A plan review is a regular assessment of your NDIS plan to ensure it continues to meet your needs. Reviews usually occur annually, but can be requested more frequently if needed.

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