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With her beaming smile, is it any wonder kids at Angelica Bailey-Forrester’s local pre-school light up every time she enters the classroom. Proud Wiradjuri woman and NDIS participant Angelica, from Wellington in central NSW, volunteers at her local pre-school twice a week. Angelica, 22, who has mild intellectual disability, is about to begin a Certificate III in Early Childhood Education, with a goal of becoming a pre-school teacher. The NDIS and registered provider, Bamara, have supported Angelica since early 2023. Bamara support co-ordinator Tiffany Rowley has helped bring out the best in Angelica. Angelica, who lives with her mother, was...
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For each primary disability, these treating health professionals are the most appropriate to provide the standardised assessments that are considered "best practice" in evidence.

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If you need help contacting the NDIS, or if English is not your first language, Translating and Interpreting Services are available on 131 450.

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There are many ways to contact the NDIS: by phone (1800 800 110) email, mail, searching for an office and contact in your area, or filling out a contact and feedback form. You can also use a free-of-charge translator or interpretor, text telephone or the National Relay Service. Learn about media queries and requesting a speaker.

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Use the provider readiness checklist to understand what is involved in becoming a registered provider and the steps to begin the registration process.

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Additional disability-related health supports are available to purchase using NDIS funding. The typical types of support available can be grouped into eight ‘support type’ categories.