Frequently Asked Questions
NDIS stands for the National Disability Insurance Scheme and supports those under 65 living with permanent and significant disability to have access to supports and services to live an ordinary life.
It also invests in early intervention to build on skills and capabilities for people to improve their outcomes later in life.
If you’re under 65 and have a permanent disability that stops you from doing everyday things independently, you are most likely eligible for the NDIS. You can check your eligibility via the NDIS Access Checklist to see if you might be eligible: https://www.ndis.gov.au/ndis-access-checklist.html
This is not covered by NDIS but if you like to chat about your options please get in contact via email or call us.
Yes. We want to ensure you and the supports you have work in unison. We will help you to make these decisions and match you with the perfect fit. Our service is personalised and we like to get to know you and what you want so that we can facilitate you building genuine and trusting connections with the people who support you. We invite you to be present and included every step of the way, so you really do find your perfect match.
If Support Coordination is part of your plan, then the cost of those services is covered by the NDIS.
Support coordination helps make navigating the NDIS easier by helping you find services, providers and formal and informal supports to put your plan into action. If you need to engage a number of service providers, support coordinators can be especially useful. Coordinating your supports removes some of the complicated and time consuming tasks, allowing you to focus more on achieving your goals and living your life to its fullest potential.
Each NDIS participant is assessed on a case-by-case basis to see whether they are eligible or not. If you request funding for Support Coordination in your planning meeting, the NDIS looks at your individual situation to decide whether you meet the criteria.