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What Does the NDIS Do?

The National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) is a government-funded national scheme that provides funding for individuals with a disability to access supports and services that enable them to live as independently as possible in the community.

The scheme is managed by the National Disability Insurance Agency (NDIA). The NDIS was established by the Federal Government in July 2013 and commenced in 2014. The scheme covers more than 150 post-code areas of Australia, and approximately 14,000 service providers are associated with the system.

NDIS is a disability insurance scheme that provides funding for people with disability and allows them to access support, services and consumables that enable them to live as independently as possible in the community.

People with Disabilities May be Able to Receive NDIS Funding

If you or a loved one have a disability, you may be able to receive funding for such services as:

● Day services
● Social inclusion & integration (SII) programs
● Respite care & carers
● Outdoor adventure therapy
● Mobility & ambulatory support service
● Music therapy
● Speech therapy & language therapy
● Visual impairment support programs
● Warehouse distribution centres (WDCs) for assistive devices, dressing aids & supplies, items such as slippers, incontinence wear & nursing pads, leashes & harnesses, grabbers, headrests, cutters & clippers etc.
● Support services such as interpreters and safety assistants.

Call Ausrelief Disability Services Today

Call Ausrelief Disability Services on 1300 864 357, and we’ll help you navigate the off-times confusing landscape of the NDIS. Our NDIS Support Coordination is specifically design to help you access the services you are entitled to.

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