At Educare, we get lots of questions about the NDIS. How does it work? What does it stand for? And, most importantly, can it help provide support for your specific situation?
What is the NDIS?
The NDIS is the National Disability Insurance Scheme. Legislated in 2013, the NDIS is a way to help people under 65 with a permanent and significant disability they get care and support they need. It's a publicly funded programme, and it is not means tested.
The NDIS also helps families and carers by providing information about services to support people with disability. With an NDIS psychologist, NDIS speech or occupational therapy, or any of the other services provided by the scheme, more people can now enjoy a higher standard of living as their lives and needs change.
If you're interested in getting more information about the NDIS, you can find it on the official government website.
Educare and the NDIS
Educare Specialist Services provides multi-disciplinary medical and health services. It is also a registered and an accredited provider of NDIS services. Educare is well placed to provide the necessary support and help needed by families requiring specialist assistance.
Our multi-disciplinary clinical approach allows us to consider the holistic needs of clients. Because we have access to such a wide range of specialists, we can make sure you get lined up with the right service provider for your situation.
We refer clients to, and communicate with, professionals that include:
- Medical specialists
- Speech Therapists
- Occupational Therapists
- Social Workers
Contact Educare to Find Out More
Phone the Educare Clinic 02 4067 3753 and ask for Julie Fletcher, our NDIS Coordinator. Julie will be able to provide guidance and direction for you in identifying and accessing the various support services required by your family. Alternately, you can contact us online.