How the planning process works

The NDIS planning process involves accessing eligibility, preparing for a planning meeting, discussing goals and support needs with an NDIS planner, receiving an approved NDIS plan, and implementing and reviewing the plan to ensure it meets evolving needs and goals.

Your NDIS plan

The NDIS planning process determines the supports and services participants are eligible for. This comprehensive guide will walk you through the steps involved in the NDIS planning process.
Follow the steps below:
Accessing the NDIS
Determine your eligibility and request access to join the NDIS. This involves providing information about your disability and how it affects your life
Preparing for Your Planning Meeting
Gather relevant documents and think about your goals, needs, and aspirations. Consider the supports and services you require to achieve them. This step is crucial in shaping your NDIS plan.
Attending Your Planning Meeting
Meet with an NDIS planner to discuss your goals, support needs, and preferences. Collaborate with the planner to create a personalised NDIS plan that reflects your unique circumstances.
Receiving Your NDIS Plan
After the planning meeting, you will receive your approved NDIS plan. It outlines the funding and supports allocated to help you achieve your goals and improve your quality of life.
Implementing and Reviewing Your Plan
Start utilizing your NDIS plan and engaging with the supports and services specified in the plan. Regularly review your plan to ensure it continues to meet your evolving needs and make adjustments when necessary.
Community Participation

Objectives and principles of the NDIS

The NDIS goes beyond service provision; it empowers individuals with choice and control over their lives. With a growing number of Australians—around 4.3 million—eligible for NDIS services, the demand for dedicated providers is substantial. The NDIS aims to enable people with disabilities to lead the life they desire, tailored to their unique preferences. This may involve promoting independent living, supporting harmonious family arrangements, or fostering alternative arrangements that suit individual needs. The NDIS is a catalyst for transforming lives and ensuring individuals can live to their fullest potential on their terms.

Our Comprehensive Range of Tailored Services

With a focus on customisation and quality, we strive to positively impact the lives of those we serve. Trust us to deliver the utmost care and support tailored to your needs.
The NDIS Explained

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Our guide to Implementing your NDIS plan

NDIS Plan Guide

Empower yourself with the knowledge and tools to navigate your NDIS journey confidently. Let our guide be your roadmap to a fulfilling and empowered future.

Am I eligible?

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If you are aged between 7 and 65, we can help you to understand the NDIS, apply and connect with other government and community supports.

If you have a child aged under 7, an early childhood partner can provide supports to children before they apply, and let families know if the NDIS is right for their child.

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No. I have a child aged under 7. Find out more about Help for children under 7.

No. I’m over 65. You must be under 65 to access the NDIS. You may be able to access other supports.
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No. You may be able to access other supports. The NDIS is only available to:

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No. You may be able to access other supports. The NDIS is only available to people who live in Australia.
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No. The NDIS is only available to people who have a disability caused by a permanent impairment. The impairment may be intellectual, cognitive, neurological, sensory, physical, or psychosocial.
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No. The NDIS may not be the best way to support you. But a local area coordinator can help you connect with other government and community supports.
It seems you may be eligible for NDIS support. Need expert advise? contact us now.
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