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People with a permanent and significant intellectual, physical, sensory, cognitive and
psychosocial disability are eligible for support from the NDIS. Early intervention
supports can also be provided for eligible people with disability or children with
Use the NDIS Eligibility Checklist to see if you meet the requirements
to receive NDIS funding.
What is support coordination, and do I need it?
Support coordination helps you navigate and get the most from your NDIS plan. It ensures your services work well together. Whether you need it depends on your situation and how confident you feel managing your supports
How does support coordination help in achieving my goals?
Support coordination helps in achieving your goals by coordinating different services, making sure they align with your NDIS plan. It provides guidance on using your funding effectively and connects you with the right supports to meet your objectives.
What standards do NDIS providers need to meet?
NDIS providers need to meet specific quality and safety standards set by the NDIS Commission. These standards ensure the delivery of safe, respectful, and high-quality services to all of our clients.
How is funding allocated in my NDIS plan?
Funding in your NDIS plan is allocated based on your individual needs and goals. The amount is determined through an assessment process, considering the support required to enhance your well-being and independence.
What happens if I have unspent funds in my plan?
If you have unspent funds in your NDIS plan, they generally roll over to the next plan period. This allows flexibility for adjusting your support services based on evolving needs and goals.
Can I request additional funding if my needs change?
Yes, you can request additional funding if your needs change. The NDIS recognizes the importance of adjusting support levels to align with your evolving requirements.
What should I do if my circumstances change?
If your circumstances change, it’s important to notify the NDIS. This ensures your plan reflects your current needs, and adjustments can be made to better support you.
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