A new NDIS grant round has been released to establish a national network of specialist providers who will assist the NDIA to support the development of robust support coordination services for NDIS participants with exceptionally complex support needs.
The Commonwealth Government is now in a caretaker period.
Western Australian children with a developmental delay or disability will benefit from a further investment to deliver front line Early Childhood Early Intervention (ECEI) services under the NDIS.
The Minister for Families and Social Services Paul Fletcher and Assistant Minister Sarah Henderson today announced the outcome of the agency’s Disabled People and Families Organisations (DPFO) grant round, which closed in December 2018.
The National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) is on track to put choice and control squarely in the hands of people with disability, their families and carers.
In January this year, the NDIS hit an important milestone. More than 250,000 participants are now benefitting from the NDIS. This means a quarter of a million people are receiving supports and services they need to achieve their goals, including more than 78,000 people who are receiving support and services for the first time.