NDIS Overview

What is the NDIS?

The National Disability Insurance Scheme stands for NDIS. People under the age of 65 who have any type of impairment are eligible for full support under this programme. NDIS offers perfect solution for disabled individuals who prevent their capacity to carry out the required activities on a daily basis. Those who qualify for the NDIS receive all of the help they need to live a normal life and participate in the activities they want. The NDIS will provide you with financial support to meet all of your needs.

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What supports will the NDIS fund?

The NDIS will pay and assist a wide range of activities in your daily life. The NDIS includes everything from housing to community access to treatment and flexible support. However, this is not the only source of funding. You have the option of selecting the “what, where, and when” of the assistance you desire. Are you qualified for the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS)?

Are you eligible for the NDIS?

The eligibility criterion for NDIS varies and depends on a few crucial factors like:

  1. Residency: The primary requirement is that you should be an Australian citizen. The citizens of New Zealand are also entitled to this provided they hold s Special Category Visa.
  2. Age: For the ones that are below 65 years at the time of applying for NDIS will be considered eligible.
  3. Disability: Your disability should be significant and permanent in nature that hinders your everyday living tasks.
  4. Location: Your residence should come under the area where the NDIS has already been implemented.
  5. Early intervention: If there are chances that your child’s abilities would improve, you can opt for early intervention under NDIS.

The NDIS eligibility criterion varies and is based on a number of key variables such as:

  • The primary criteria is that you be an Australian citizen. New Zealanders are also eligible, as long as they have a Special Category Visa.
  • Those who are under the age of 65 at the time of application for the NDIS will be deemed eligible.
  • Your impairment should be substantial and long-term in nature, obstructing your daily activities.
  • Your home should be located in an area where the NDIS has previously been implemented.
  • You can choose for early intervention under NDIS if there are chances your child’s abilities develop.

The Code of Conduct

The NDIS Code of Conduct supports the safe and ethical delivery of services, setting out both NDIS and employees’ standards of conduct. Attentive Quality Care and employees shall guarantee the following while delivering assistance or services to individuals with disabilities: