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What types of supports are funded?

The types of supports that the NDIS may fund for participants include:

  • Daily personal activities.
  • Transport to enable participation in community, social, economic and daily life activities.
  • Workplace help to allow a participant to successfully get or keep employment in the open or supported labour market.
  • Therapeutic supports including behaviour support.
  • Help with household tasks to allow the participant to maintain their home environment.
  • Help to a participant by skilled personnel in aids or equipment assessment, set up and training.
  • Home modification design and construction.
  • Mobility equipment, and vehicle modifications.

More Details about NDIS Support Coordination please refer to NDIS website https://www.ndis.gov.au/participants/using-your-plan/who-can-help-start-your-plan/support-coordination

NDIS – What does it mean?

  • National: The NDIS is being introduced progressively across all states and territories.
  • Disability: The NDIS provides support to eligible people with intellectual, physical, sensory, cognitive, and psychosocial disability. Early intervention supports can also be provided for eligible people with disability or children with developmental delay.
  • Insurance: The NDIS gives all Australians peace of mind if they, their child or loved one is born with or acquires a permanent and significant disability, they will get the support they need.
  • Scheme: The NDIS is not a welfare system. The NDIS is designed to help people get the support they need so their skills and independence improve over time.

NDIS key words?

Permanent and significant disability: A permanent disability means your disability is likely to be lifelong. A significant disability has a substantial impact on your ability to complete everyday activities.

Supports and services: Assistance or products that help a person in their daily life and help them participate in the community and reach their goals.

Early intervention: Providing support to a person, either a child or an adult, as early as possible to reduce the impacts of disability or developmental delay and to build their skills and independence.

NDIS – What does it mean
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