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NDIS Information


Sydney Community Wellbeing NDIS Information Links

The National Disability Insurance Agency (NDIA) is an independent statutory agency. Their role is to implement the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS), which will support a better life for hundreds of thousands of Australians with a significant and permanent disability and their families and carers.

Sydney Community Wellbeing is your local Sydney City, North Shore and Eastern Suburbs registered NDIS provider. We've gathered some important information from the NDIS website and displayed it here for your comfort.

NDIS Registered Provider - Sydney Community Wellbeing

Home and Living

The NDIS can assist participants to live independently. Participants and their families can discuss their home and living goals as part of their planning conversation. A participant's plan will include the supports the NDIS will fund as well as the supports the participant will need to access through the housing system.

NDIS Registered Provider - Sydney Community Wellbeing

Working with Providers

Providers are critical to the success of the NDIS. We need a strong and vibrant provider market that contributes to improving outcomes for participants. A provider is a person, business or organisation who delivers NDIS funded supports to participants. Providers have different areas of experience and expertise.

NDIS Registered Provider - Sydney Community Wellbeing

Finding, Keeping and Changing Jobs

There are many benefits to having a job, and we want to help NDIS participants who want to work, to get the job they like and keep it. Having a job expands social networks, raises living standards, and increases financial independence and self-worth. There are a lot of ways that we can help you to pursue your employment goals.

NDIS Registered Provider - Sydney Community Wellbeing

Rights and Responsibilities

Anyone with access to NDIS funds must follow relevant Australian laws, rules and regulations. We are here to help you use your NDIS funds lawfully. We want to help you do the right thing. You have rights and responsibilities when choosing what supports you want to buy with your NDIS funds.

NDIS Registered Provider - Sydney Community Wellbeing

Assistive Technology Explained

Assistive technology is equipment or devices that help you do things you can’t do because of your disability. Assistive technology may also help you do something more easily or safely. All NDIS supports must meet the reasonable and necessary criteria.

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