What is NDIS

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About NDIS

The National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) is a new way of providing support for Australians under the age of 65, with a significant and permanent disability, as well as providing support to their families and carers. The scheme takes a lifetime approach to ensuring that Australians with disability will have the necessary support they need to live an ordinary life.

If you are eligible, the NDIS will provide funding for reasonable and necessary supports that are required for you to live your life and reach your goals.

NDIS FUNDING

Understanding the Price Guide is a resource put together by the NDIS to explain the key changes in the Price Guide and Support Catalogue and how they might affect participants, their families and carers.

It’s important for participants to understand all of the prices they might be charged, so they can
be confident of receiving value for money from their plan budget. Stay up to date on any NDIS price guide updates.

Am I Qualified for the NDIS?

You are qualified for NDIS (National Disability Insurance Scheme) if you

Age

7-65 years old

Location

Live in Australia with an Australian Residency

Health Condition

Experiencing a permanent disability that significantly impacts your daily activities.

Are You Eligible?

Answer some of these questions in the button below to determine if you are qualified for the NDIS. Do note that all final decisions are up to the NDIA.

Get Started

Reach out to us!

Learn more about our support towards your NDIS access journey.
Our dedicated team will assist you with:

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NDIS Application, Appeal and reviews

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An understanding of your approved NDIS Plan

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Connecting and be part of community activities and events.