NDIS in Western Australia

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The National Disability Insurance Agency (NDIA) assumed responsibility for the delivery of the NDIS in WA in July 2018. The NDIS will continue to roll out on a geographic basis and will be fully rolled out across Western Australia by 2020.

Availability

The NDIS is continuing to roll out in Western Australia. To find out if the NDIS is available where you live, go to Roll out in metropolitan areas or regional Western Australia.

If you are not already on disabilty supports, you can apply to join the NDIS up to six months before the scheme is available in your region.

To find out more go to Accessing the NDIS, or visit your nearest NDIS office.

People already taking part in the WA NDIS (delivered by the WA State Government - formerly known as My Way) started to transfer to the nationally delivered Scheme in a phased approach from April 2018. The transfer of people from the WA NDIS will conclude by December 2018.

If you are transferring from the WA NDIS to the nationally delivered scheme, you will be contacted by the Western Australian Government abour your next steps.

For more information regarding transferring from WA NDIS to the nationally delivered NDIS, read the transfer plan:

Transfer plan for Western Australian NDIS participants into the nationally-delivered NDIS (DOCX 76KB).

Transfer plan for Western Australian NDIS participants into the nationally-delivered NDIS - Easy English (PDF 1.15MB).

Western Australia statistics as at 30 June 2018

  • 4,508 people in Western Australia benefiting from the NDIS
  • 4,508 participants with an approved plan 
  • 10% growth in the number of participants this quarter 

Roll out in metropolitan areas

Central North Metro | Central South Metro | North East Metro | North Metro | South East Metro | South Metro

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Roll out in regional Western Australia

Goldfields-Esperance | Great Southern | Kimberley and Pilbara | Midwest-Gascoyne | South West | Wheatbelt

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More information

Further information on the Western Australia roll out can be found on the frequently asked questions page.

Early Childhood Early Intervention

The Early Childhood Early Intervention (ECEI) approach is available to all children aged 0-6 with a developmental delay or disability in line with the roll out of the NDIS.

The NDIA is finalising arrangements for delivery of ECEI Services in Western Australia and expects to make further announcements shortly
For all areas of Western Australia please contact 1800 800 110 to access the NDIS in your area.

Local Area Coordination

For most people aged 7 and above, a Local Area Coordinator (LAC), working for one of our Partners in the Community (partners) will be your main contact point for the NDIS.

In Western Australia, the partner delivering LAC services are:

  • Mission Australia in the Central North Metro, South East Metro and North East Metro Service Areas.
  • APM in the North Metro, Central South Metro, South Metro, South West, Great Southern and Inner Wheatbelt Services Areas.

Find your nearest partner office.

Areas where partners do not deliver ECEI or LAC services

Some areas of WA do not have partners. This includes the Kimberley and Pilbara, Midwest-Gascoyne, Outer Wheatbelt and Goldfields and Esperance. If you live in one of these areas, someone from the National Disability Insurance Agency (NDIA) will work with you to connect you to the NDIS or supports in your community.