Here are the top 10 questions and answers that people are looking for when thinking about the NDIS. We’ve got you covered.


  1. **Who is eligible for the NDIS?** – Individuals under the age of 65 with a permanent and significant disability that affects their ability to take part in everyday activities may be eligible for the NDIS.


  1. **What supports and services does the NDIS provide?** – The NDIS provides funding for a wide range of services and supports aimed at helping people with disabilities achieve their goals and participate in social and economic life. This can include things like mobility aids, therapies, support workers, and more.


  1. **How do I apply for the NDIS?** – You can apply for the NDIS by contacting the National Disability Insurance Agency (NDIA) and providing information about your disability and how it impacts your life.


  1. **What is a support plan and how is it developed?** – A support plan outlines the goals, needs, and preferences of a participant and identifies the funding and support they will receive. It’s developed through discussions between the participant, their family, carers, and the NDIA.


  1. **How are NDIS funds managed?** – NDIS funds can be managed by the participant, a nominee, a plan management provider, or the NDIA, depending on the participant’s preference and capacity.


  1. **Can I choose my own service providers under the NDIS?** – Yes, participants can choose their own providers, and the NDIS aims to give them more choice and control over the supports they receive.


  1. **What happens if my circumstances change after I’ve been accepted into the NDIS?** – Participants can request a plan review if their circumstances change, and the NDIA may adjust their plan accordingly.


  1. **What is early intervention under the NDIS?** – Early intervention aims to provide support to children and young people with developmental delays or disabilities to help them achieve better long-term outcomes.


  1. **How does the NDIS interact with other government services and supports?** – The NDIS works alongside other government services and supports, such as health, education, and housing, to ensure participants receive coordinated and integrated assistance.


  1. **What is the role of support coordination in the NDIS?** – Support coordination helps participants implement their support plan, identify service providers, and navigate the broader service system.
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