About the NDIS

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The National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) provides services and support to people with disability.

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The NDIS lets you choose providers that are right for you.

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We have been working with the NDIS since it started in 2013.

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We can help you:

  • apply for the NDIS
  • understand how NDIS support works
  • find out how to use the supports you need
  • understand how NDIS funding works.
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Funding is the money from your NDIS plan that pays for the supports you need.

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An NDIS plan is a document that includes information about:

  • you and your goals
  • what supports you need
  • the NDIS funding you will get.
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The NDIS can be hard to understand.

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We’ve answered some questions we get asked a lot.

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We call them Frequently Asked Questions.

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You can find the Frequently Asked Questions and answers here.

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You can also find information about how much our services cost here.