- Information about you and your disability
- What support you receive from friends and family (parents, etc.)
- What support you receive from government or community services
- Your goals (personal, social, employment, etc.)
- The funding you have been allocated for each support category
We can assist with support coordination to ensure that you can take full advantage of the broad range of services available to you and make the most of your funding. To find out more, get in touch with our support coordinators now.
To qualify, a person’s disability must be permanent (i.e., lifelong) and significant (i.e, impact a person’s ability to complete everyday tasks). This can include physical disability, intellectual disability, mental health issues (psychosocial disability), multiple disabilities and developmental delays.
You may qualify for the NDIS if you’ve been:
- Diagnosed with a moderate, severe, or profound intellectual disability using DSM criteria (i.e., an IQ of 55 or less, severe deficits in adaptive functioning)
- Diagnosed with autism at a severity of Level 2 or 3
- Diagnosed with certain genetic conditions that result in severe intellectual disability