The NDIA is working closely with the wider disability sector to provide specific information packs to support them through the coronavirus (COVID-19) situation.

We have collated information on key topics and for different situations to support NDIS participants and their families.

Victoria: Information for families and carers of school aged NDIS participants

This pack is designed to help families and carers manage plans, supports and education arrangements during coronavirus (COVID-19) restrictions in Victoria.

Early Childhood Early Intervention (ECEI) – Children aged 0 to 6 years old

This pack is designed to help parents and carers think about your child’s plan.

Protecting yourself and the NDIS

This pack is designed to help businesses in the disability sector, disability support providers, NDIS Partners in the Community and individuals to better understand fraud, privacy and cyber security.

Self-managed participants

This pack contains information to help self-managed participants use their NDIS plan and meet their obligations.

Low cost assistive technology

This pack is designed to help participants, their families, carers and providers understand new flexible approach to purchasing low cost Assistive Technology. 

Applying for the NDIS

This pack is designed to help people who want to apply for the NDIS during the coronavuirus (COVID-19) pandemic.

Psychosocial disability

This pack is designed to help people with psychosocial disability and their carers get the most out of their NDIS plan during the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.

Telephone planning

This pack is designed to help people prepare for, and get the most out of their phone planning meeting.

Mental health and well-being

This pack is designed to help participants, their families and carers to look after their mental health and well-being during the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.

Provider innovation

This pack is designed to help providers continue to adapt by sharing case studies that highlight innovative approaches to delivering services to NDIS participants in a challenging environment. 

This page current as of
7 August 2020
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