NDIS funded supports


What can be funded?

  • daily personal supports
  • transport (if deemed "reasonable and necessary")
  • help to get or keep a job
  • therapeutic supports, including behaviour support
  • support coordination
  • help with household tasks, to make sure you can keep and look after your home
  • help from skilled personnel for aids and equipment
  • changes to your home
  • equipment to help you get around, and
  • changes to your car


To watch more of our NDIS Quick Fact videos - visit our YouTube Channel or our NDIS Quick Fact Webpage.

 

What is not funded?

A support will not be funded if it:

  • is not related to your disability
  • doubles up on supports already funded in a different way, e.g. Medicare
  • relates to your day-to-day living costs
  • is likely to cause you or someone else harm


To watch more of our NDIS Quick Fact videos - visit our YouTube Channel or our NDIS Quick Fact Webpage.

 


What are reasonable and necessary supports?

Reasonable and necessary supports are funded by the NDIS in a range of areas, which may include education, employment, social participation, independence, living arrangements, and health and wellbeing. These supports will help:

  • pursue goals, objectives and aspirations
  • increase independence
  • increase social and economic participation, and
  • develop capacity to actively take part in the community

A video explaining reasonable and necessary supports is available on the NDIS website.


To watch more of our NDIS Quick Fact videos - visit our YouTube Channel or our NDIS Quick Fact Webpage.

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