The National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS)

The National Disability Insurance Scheme

The National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) is a new way of providing support for people with permanent and significant disability. They may pay for supports relating to healthcare, social life or employment. To participate, you need to be under 65 and meet residency requirements. You also need to meet the disability or early intervention requirements. Click here to read the requirements.

The NDIS for children

The NDIS can also help pay for services for young children who need help with their health and development. If your child gets this help while they are under six years old, it could mean they need less help later. The NDIS may pay for some children’s supports if they are under six years old and:

  • they find it very hard to do everyday things like using the toilet, talking, learning or walking
  • they need help from a speech pathologist, a physiotherapist, a dietitian or an occupational therapist.

Find out how we can help your child under the NDIS scheme at here.


Find out more about the NDIS

Click here to see if you are eligible for the NDIS. If you think you may be able to access supports under the NDIS, please call the NDIA on 1800 800 110 and ask for an access request form or visit the NDIS website here.

Contact the NDIS

Visit the NDIS website here for their contact details.

Translated NDIS Information

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