The NDIS and You
Your Life Your Choice can help you on your journey with the NDIS.
Contact us or call our referral hotline on 0043 003 092 to speak to our staff about your needs.
What is NDIS?
The National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) will support a better life for hundreds of thousands of Australians with a significant and permanent disability or a severe and enduring mental health issue, as well as their families and carers. The NDIS will mean peace of mind for every Australian for anyone who has or might acquire a disability.
Preparing for the NDIS
The introduction of the National Disability Insurance Scheme is one of the biggest social changes of our times. Accessing the scheme might seem complicated and overwhelming at first, but there are numerous ways to get prepared.
Don’t have an NDIS Plan?
We can help you understand how the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) works and whether you are eligible to participate,
Already have an NDIS Plan?
We can deliver the services you want to receive, in line with the funding provided through your NDIS plan.
Our NDIS Services
Your Life Your Choice services can be purchased through NDIS funding
NDIS services fall into three categories:
Support that enables you to complete daily living activities, work toward your goals and meet your objectives
An investment such as assistive technology, equipment and home or vehicle modifications, and funding for capital costs such as specialist Disability Accommodation.
A support that enables you to build you independence and skills
Western Australian support clusters
1. Accommodation– Supports to live safely in a setting away from natural family living arrangements
2. Daily Living – Support with daily living life tasks to enable to live as autonomously as possible
3. Communication – Auslan – individual can communicate their requirements and understand information to follow or engage in essential activities.
4. Wellbeing – Individual is engaged in valued roles through participation in community, vocational and /or educational activites, and /or employment.
5. Having a break – Family/carer relationships are strengthened and maintained
6. Support planning – Service responses at times of intense change and significant transition are appropriate, goal directed and well-coordinated.
7. Behaviour support and specialist care – Individuals and others are free from harm and an individual support needs are met.
8. Therapy and specific support – improved or maintained functional capacity to enable an individual to independently undertake practical activities.
View all our NDIS Services
We are experienced in support Coordination and support connection.
The support we offer includes:
- Assistance with day to day activities, such as household tasks, meal preparation, light housekeeping and grocery shopping
- Assistance with personal care.
- Transport to and from activities, appointments and meetings
- Support to connect and participate in the community, getting out and about and catching up with friends
- Travel training
- Support to learn new skills at home or in the community
- Assistance with personal care such as showering dressing or medication
- Case management, support coordination and clinical support services
You can find more information about NDIS and eligibility requirements on the NDIS website