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If you are aged seven or above, one of our partners may deliver Local Area Coordination (LAC services). This includes linking you to the NDIS and to local mainstream and community supports. Information about the role of the LAC and linking you to information and support in your community.
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Victoria-based NDIS Partners in the Community Link Health and Community (Link) and Latrobe Community Health Service (LCHS) have decided to merge. The NDIA is working closely with both organisations to ensure continuity of service for children and families living in these areas.
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Information about who is rolling out the NDIS: The National Disability Insurance Agency (NDIS), Early Childhood Early Intervention (ECEI) partners, Local Area Coordination (LAC) partners and National Community Connectors.
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Find more information about ECEI and LAC services in Queensland, including your Partners in the Community.
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Find more information about ECEI and LAC services in Tasmania, including your Partners in the Community.
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Information on help applying for children; help for those aged seven to 64 and find out where you're local NDIA office is.
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Find more information about ECEI and LAC services in South Australia, including your Partners in the Community.
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The NDIA assumed responsibility for the delivery of the NDIS in WA in July 2018 and is continuing to roll out by regions across Western Australia by 2020.