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NDIS Services

NDIS invests in support and services for people under the age of 65, living with a permament or significant disability. NDIS is a governemnt funded initiative, which aims to improve the long-term outcomes for participants.

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NDIS provides three broad categories of supports for people living with disability:

  1. Core Supports including assistance with daily living, consumables and transport

  2. Capital Supports including assistive technologies and home modifications

  3. Capacity Building Supports including support coordination community access and participation


If you meet the eligibility criteria and you would like to become participant, you will need to contact the NDIS to make an Access  request. The Access Request form will ask you to provide your personal details, contact information and details about your disability. You can provide copies of existing information, or you can ask your treating health professional to assist. In some cases the National Disability insrance Agency (NDIA) may ask you to provide evidence of your disability, this included information on what your disability is, it will last and how it impacts your life. You an work with your treating health professional to provide your evidence of disability.

Once the NDIA has finalised your access request, they will  then send you an ‘Access Decision’  letter to tell you the outcome of your decision. If you’re approved you will work with a NDIS partner or a Local Area Coordinator to develop your written support plan. The planner will ask questions about how you are going in different areas of your life, what goals you would like to achieve and what kind of help and support you need. This will help them to develop a plan that provides a plan that provides the right support for you.

Local Area or Support Coordinator will then help you activate your plan. You have a range of options for managing your plan and self-management through to specialist management by your provider. If you choose to work with a NDIS provider, you will be asked to make a written Service Agreement with your provider. The agreement will ensure your provider delivers the right suppport in the right way.

Programmed Care is a NDIS registered provider offering serviced community access, personal care, domestic care and clinical support services.

For more information on the NDIS, visit or call  programmed Care on 13 10 95.

The NDIS will provide for reasonable and necessary supports.

These are our services.

  • Assistance for employment or education

  • Assistance in coordinating or managing life stages, transition and supports

  • Assistance with Travel / Transport Arrangements.

  • Community Nursing Care

  • Daily Personal Activities

  • Development of Daily Living and Life Skills

  • Early Intervention Supports for Early Childhood

  • Exercise Physiology & Personal Well-Being Activities

  • Group Centre Based Activities

  • Household Tasks

  • Innovative Community Participation

  • Interpreting and Translation

  • Management of Funding for Supports

  • Participate Community

  • Specialised Driver Training

  • Support Coordination *Therapeutic Supports

  • NDIS (National Disability Insurance Scheme)

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