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NDIS Overview

What Is the NDIS?

The National Disability Insurance Scheme is also called NDIS. It is a scheme designed to help people with a disability under the age of 65 to get the support they need. The NDIS is designed for people with a permanent and significant disability which impacts the ability to engage in day to day activities.

If you meet the NDIS eligibility and work out what reasonable and necessary supports you need to live the life you want. NDIS will fund to pay for the supports you need.

What Supports Does the NDIS Fund?

The NDIS funds many supports, including:

  • Accommodation
  • Community access
  • Flexible support
  • Day programs
  • & More

You get to choose what services you want as well as when, where, and how you want to receive them.

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Are You Eligible for the NDIS?

NDIS eligibility depends on a few key criteria:

What Are the Three Types of Support in an NDIS Plan?

There are three support categories under NDIS funding. These are designed to help you live your fullest life at every level.

Core Supports

Core supports are the basic tools you need to live your day-to-day life.

Capacity Building

Capacity building supports help you grow your independence and develop the skills you need to pursue your goals.


Capital supports include more expensive pieces of assistive technology, equipment, and home and/or vehicle modifications.

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