Frequently Asked Questions

The NDIS is the National Disability Insurance Scheme, a government-funded program that provides support and services for people with disabilities. It offers a range of benefits, including funding for necessary equipment and services, as well as support for daily living activities.

The cost of participating in the NDIS can vary depending on individual circumstances and needs. However, the NDIS is designed to be affordable and accessible to all eligible individuals.

The application process for the NDIS can be complex and time-consuming. However, there are resources available to help individuals navigate the process, such as NDIS support coordinators and local area coordinators.

No, the NDIS is designed to complement existing services and support, not replace them. Your existing services will continue and will be reviewed as part of the NDIS planning process.

No, the NDIS is designed to provide individuals with choice and control over their services and support. You will work with an NDIS planner to create a plan that meets your specific needs and goals.

The NDIS is a government-funded program that is committed to providing high-quality support and services to eligible individuals with disabilities. It is regulated by the National Disability Insurance Agency (NDIA) and is subject to regular audits and evaluations to ensure that it is meeting its objectives.

The NDIS takes data privacy and security very seriously. All personal information is protected by strict privacy laws and is only shared with authorized parties on a need-to-know basis. The NDIA also has robust data security measures in place to protect personal information from unauthorized access or breaches.