Pricing

At MHCS, our service prices align with the latest NDIS Price Guide, ensuring transparency and fairness for all participants.

The NDIS conducts annual price reviews to guarantee that participants receive quality services while enabling service providers like us to operate in a sustainable marketplace. We strive to deliver exceptional value and outcomes for every individual we support.

Temporary Transformation Payment (TTP)

We align our pricing for NDIS-funded services with the latest NDIS Price Guide, including the Temporary Transformation Payment (TTP) items where applicable. Our services include assistance with Daily Living, Community Participation, Skill & Independent Living Development, Support Coordination, Individualised Living Options, Implementing Behaviour Support Plans, Complex Care, and Supported Independent Living (SIL). Please refer to the NDIS Price Guide for specific pricing details.

For support items with TTP prices in see NDIS price guide and the NDIS support catalogue.

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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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