Do you have Australian residency?
To access the NDIS you must live in Australia and be:
an Australian citizen OR
a Permanent Resident OR
hold a Protected Special Category Visa
How old are you?
To access the NDIS you must be ages under 65 years.
In some locations you need to be a certain ages to access the NDIS during the trial period.
Do you live in an area where the NDIS is available?
To access the NDIS right now, you must live in an NDIS area on a designated date. In some of these areas, you also need to be a certain age to access the Scheme.
Do you usually need support from a person or equipment to do everyday things for yourself because of an impairment or condition that is likely to be permanent?
To meet the NDIS disability rules you need to have an impairment or condition that is likely to be permanent (lifelong) and that stops you from doing everyday things by yourself.
The following questions may help you decide if your answer is ‘yes’.
Do you usually need support from a person or assistive equipment so you can:
– understand and be understood by other people?
– make and keep friends and cope with feelings and emotions?
– understand, remember and learn new things?
– get out of bed and move around the home and outside the home?
– take a bath or shower, dress and eat?
– do daily jobs, handle money and make decisions?
Yes. You are eligible for the NDIS.
Contact us to lodge an enquiry or begin your intake with ONCALL.
No. You are not eligible for the NDIS.
Call us to discuss your service options.