We offer NDIS
Our NDIS therapy services are designed for individuals of all ages and range of abilities. Our services are individualised and client-focused to help you achieve your unique NDIS goals and get the best outcome possible.
We are an NDIS service provider that takes pride in our commitment to our clients. We are dedicated to providing you the highest quality NDIS support services.
NDIS Registered Provider
Proud NDIS Registered Provider with knowledge and experience in all things NDIS. We know the ins and out of the NDIS process, so we can educate you and help you manage your NDIS plan.
Wide Range of Services
We offer a wide range of NDIS services for individuals of all ages and abilities.
Professionals that Care
All our NDIS therapists and specialists are qualified NDIS allied health professionals dedicated to providing you with the best care to help you achieve your goals.
We understand that each individual is different so we personalise assessment and treatment for your unique case and goals.
From the start, we assess your individual circumstances and needs to develop personalised strategies. Ultimately, working towards achieving your goals in your NDIS plan.
Culturally and Linguistically Diverse (CALD)
We have speech therapists, Counsellors and more, collaborating to ensure you receive the best treatment outcomes and successfully follow your NDIS plan.
We have a multi-disciplinary team collaborating to ensure you receive the best treatment outcomes and successfully follow your NDIS plan.
We Come To You
We offer NDIS mobile services for your convenience. Our NDIS therapy assistants and professionals can come to where you live, work, learn or play.
What is the NDIS?
The National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) is an insurance support scheme initiated by the Australian Government to fund costs associated with disability. The NDIS provides support to eligible people who have a permanent and significant disability including intellectual, physical sensory, cognitive and psychosocial disabilities.
The NDIS provides all individuals with disability fund support as well as information about and connection to a variety of services within the community. This may include connection to and NDIS funding for medical services, therapy services, support groups, libraries, sporting clubs, home maintenance services, schools and many more.
The NDIS is Australia’s first National Scheme for people with disability under the age of 65 years. The NDIS provides more than $22 billion in funding a year to an estimated 500,000 Australians with permanent and significant disability to support their everyday life.
How the NDIS Works
If you are eligible for the NDIS and have received an ‘access decision’ letter, the next step is creating your NDIS plan.
1. Creating your NDIS plan
Your plan is a tailored written agreement, created with your circumstances in mind. Everyone’s plan is different. A representative from the NDIS interviews you to assess all aspects of your everyday life, what goals you would like to achieve and what kind of help and support you need. The NDIS plan is developed so you can receive the right support for you.
2. Using your NDIS plan
Once your plan has been approved, there are several individuals that assist you in understanding, commencing and managing your NDIS plan. The people that can help you depends on your circumstance but they are either the Early Childhood Early Intervention Coordinators, Local Area Coordinators or Support Coordinators.
3. Reviewing the NDIS plan and the goals
The plan review is the opportunity to assess whether your current NDIS plan, goals and supports are working for you. It is a chance to review their relevance, effectiveness and if they are helping you progress, achieve your goals and are still meeting your needs. Your first NDIS plan review usually falls 12 months after your plan commences.
NDIS Funded Support
The NDIS funds a range of supports and services which may include education, employment, social participation, independence, living arrangements, assistive technology, home modification, therapy and health and wellbeing.
In order to be considered reasonable and necessary, a support or service:
- Must be related to a participant's disability.
- Must not include day-to-day living costs not related to your disability support needs such as groceries.
- Should represent value for money.
- Must be likely to be effective and work for the participant.
- Should take into account support given by other government services, your family, carers, networks and the community.