If you are a person with a disability and would like to join the NDIS, you will need to meet its Access Requirements.
If Assistive Technology (AT) or home modification support is included in a plan, funding may also be included to help a participant select, trial and source the right AT solution for their needs.
In some cases, evidence of this advice is required before buying or acquiring the item.
Below are some templates to help assessors and participants provide information to help the NDIA determine the appropriate supports to include in participants’ plans.
Three participant booklets are available to support people with disability and participants throughout their NDIS journey. The booklets are a practical tool to help people with disability, participants, their families, carers and the wider community to learn more about the NDIS, prepare for a planning meeting and how to implement their plan.
DSC offers an amazing array of online training and articles.
One of many websites set up for you to search housing options in your local area
The key aim of the Summer Foundation is to change human service policy and practice related to young people in nursing homes. They have a great range of articles and hopeful booklets on Housing.
If you feel like you have been hit hard with a wrong decision, this is the team to approach. https://da.org.au/
The NDIS Quality and Safeguards Commission is an independent agency established to improve the quality and safety of NDIS supports and services.
We regulate NDIS providers, provide national consistency, promote safety and quality services, resolve problems and identify areas for improvement.