For each primary disability, these treating health professionals are the most appropriate to provide the standardised assessments that are considered "best practice" in evidence.
The NDIS is Australia’s first national Scheme for people with disability. It moves away from the previous system of providing block funding to agencies and community organisations, to directly funding individuals.
The NDIS is available across Australia. Find out about the NDIS in your state or territory.
People who meet the NDIS access requirements are called participants. Participants receive funded supports and an individual plan.
Information about how to use your NDIS plan. Once your plan is approved, you need to understand different budgets, who can help you start using your plan, and how your plan is managed.
Latest news, events, stories and videos. Sign up for our NDIS eNewsletters or our Provider eNewsletters.
To help us work out if you are eligible for the NDIS we may ask for some information.
Providers are critical to the NDIS's success. We need a strong and vibrant provider market to improve participant outcomes.
All Australians with disability have access to a range of other government services including education, health, employment, justice and family support.
The role of families and carers is often essential in supporting people with disability to realise their goals, so it is important to include them in discussions about supports. Information about how we, and other agencies, can help you as a carer; getting support for your child, guardians and nominees explained and how Early Childhood Early Intervention (ECEI) works.