As a registered NDIS provider, our team will work with you to understand your goals and connect you to the support services you need. You may want to live more independently, need assistance with shopping or cooking, or get out and about. Everyone has different aspirations and we want to help you live your life, your way.
To join the NDIS you need to meet specific eligibility requirements and request access to the program. You will then attend a planning meeting where we gather all your information and together, create a tailored plan that will help you work towards your goals and aspirations.
If you need some advice on how to get started, contact us and we will help you.
Based on the discussion you had in your planning meeting with your Local Area Coordinator (LAC), your plan will include the following information.
Your NDIS plan will be available in the NDIS myplace portal within 24 hours after it has been approved. You will also receive a printed copy of your plan mailed to you.
There are three types of support budgets that may be funded in your NDIS plan.
This funding is the most flexible and helps you with everyday activities such as purchasing daily use items, assistance with personal care, social activities and transport. The good news is you can use your funding across all support categories. However, there may be instances where you do not have flexibility in your funding and it must be used for a specific purpose.
Capacity Building Supports help build your independence and strengthen your skills to reach your long-term goals. You can choose how to spend these funds to purchase any approved individual support, but you won’t be able to move funding from one category to another.
This funding relates to higher cost supports such as assistive technology or modifications to your home, wheelchair or vehicle. These funds can only be used for their specific purpose and cannot be used to fund other items.
It’s important to remember that you may not have all the support categories funded in your NDIS plan. This will depend on your individual needs.
There are three ways to manage your NDIS plan:
Once your plan is approved by the NDIA, you will receive a letter in the post that will have instructions on how to logon to the online portal.
If you need help with your plan, we can help you understand:
We’re here to help you every step of the way.