NDIS Info

What Is Autism? Autism, or Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) is a lifelong developmental disability that affects the way a person communicates with and relates to others. It also affects the way a person experiences the world around them.ASD is a 'spectrum' condition, meaning that whilst many...

https://youtu.be/roQrZiMDs_kTo put it simply, yes!The NDIS (National Disability Insurance Scheme) can in fact provide funding for things such as gardening, cleaning and home maintenance. However, there is some criteria that needs to be met.Firstly, they need to be directly related to your disability and your...

https://youtu.be/mEy5L_Zty5cFamily, friends, teachers and other members of the community play a vital role in the lives of persons living with a disability. This network of people is what is commonly referred to as your 'informal supports'. What are informal supports? 'Informal Supports' are defined as the supports...

https://youtu.be/zJ7AlPkjpMQBeing self managed or plan managed gives you the freedom to use both NDIS registered and non-registered providers. This means you have the choice & control to hire any self employed or independent support worker who holds an ABN!Hiring your own support worker can give...

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VXWnp-YI6P4If you've received your approved NDIS plan and disagree with a decision made in relation to your funding, you can request a review of your plan. Or, if your circumstances have changed so much that your current plan funding and supports are no longer adequate,...

There are many ways The National Disability Insurance Scheme and your NDIS plan can be utilised to help you reach your NDIS goals. For some, this may mean reaching a certain level of independence. Independence can mean different things to different people...

If you have an NDIS plan, you have probably noticed that your NDIS funding is broken up into up to three funding categories. Each of these categories serve their own purpose...