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What is NDIS?

The National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) is a government-funded program in Australia that provides support to people with disability. The NDIS provides funding for a range of supports and services to help people with disability participate in their community and achieve their goals.


To be eligible for the NDIS, a person must have a disability that is likely to be permanent and significantly affect their ability to take part in everyday activities. They must also be an Australian citizen or hold a permanent visa.

The NDIS works by providing funding to participants in the form of a plan. This plan is developed with the participant and outlines the supports and services that are needed to help them achieve their goals. The plan is reviewed on a regular basis to ensure that it is meeting the participant's needs and helping them to progress towards their goals.

If you are an NDIS participant, you can use your NDIS funding to purchase a range of supports and services, including but not limited to:

  • Support coordination

  • Assistive technology

  • Transport

  • Personal care

  • Home modifications

  • Therapy

  • Education and training

  • Community participation

If you have any questions about the NDIS or how it works, don't hesitate to contact us. We'll be happy to provide you with more information and assistance.

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