What is the NDIS and NDIA?
The National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) is a way of providing support for Australians with disability, their families and carers. The NDIA stands for the National Disability Insurance Agency and is the body that implements the NDIS, ensuring people with disability get the support they need.
Are you eligible for the NDIS?
There are certain criteria you need to fulfil to be eligible for the NDIS. Even if you are not currently receiving services, you could still be eligible.
Your first meeting with an NDIS Planner
This is your chance to tell the NDIA what supports you need, outline what supports you currently receive, as well as your goals and aspirations for the future.
Accessing NDIS supports
Once you have your NDIS plan, you are then able to choose the services and supports you wish to purchase. If support coordination funding has been included in your Plan, then your chosen Support Coordinator will assist you. If you do not have funding for support coordination, then the NDIA will assign a Local Area Coordinator to help you. Of course, you can always ask us for help too!
Plan reviews with NDIA
As you approach the end of your plan, it is time to reflect on what’s working and what isn’t, how your goals have changed and how you can best work towards them.
NDIS support coordination
My Life Consultancy provides you with the highest support to implement your NDIS plan by helping to identify, choose and access service providers and supports.