NDIS

NDIS? What is it? We simplify it for you

What is the NDIS?

NDIS stands for National Disability Insurance Scheme. Under this scheme, people with any form of disability and under the age of 65 years receive full support that they need. NDIS is ideal for people with a constant disability that hinders their ability to conduct even the necessary day to day activities. 

For the ones that qualify for the NDIS, they get all the necessary support to lead an everyday life and pursue the activities that they desire. Under NDIS, you will receive funds that will support your every need. 

Find out more on the NDIS Website

What supports will the NDIS fund?

There are a variety of things in your everyday life that NDIS will fund and support. From things like accommodation, community access, to therapy and flexible support, NDIS covers everything. However, funding is not limited to this. You have the convenience of choosing ‘what, where, and when’ of the support that you require. 

Discover more about 668 Care’s NDIS services

Are you eligible for the NDIS?

The eligibility criterion for NDIS varies and depends on a few crucial factors like:
  • 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.
  • Age: For the ones that are below 65 years at the time of applying for NDIS will be considered eligible.
  • Disability: Your disability should be significant and permanent in nature that hinders your everyday living tasks.
  • Location: Your residence should come under the area where the NDIS has already been implemented.
  • Early intervention: If there are chances that your child’s abilities would improve, you can opt for early intervention under NDIS.