NDIS

What is the NDIS?

There are around 4.3 million Australians who have a disability. The NDIS provides Australians ages under 65, who have permanent and significant disability with funding for supports and services.

For many people, it will be the first time they receive the disability support they need.

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Am I eligible for the NDIS?

Answer some simple questions to see if you may be able to apply for the NDIS. These questions serve as a guide, the final decision about eligibility will be up to the NDIA.

Supports funded by the NDIS

The NDIS funds a range of supports and services which may include education, employment, social participation, independence, living arrangements and health and wellbeing.

​In order to be considered reasonable and necessary, a support or service:

  • must be related to a participants disability 

  • must not include day-to-day living costs not related to your disability support needs, such as groceries

  • should represent value for money

  • must be likely to be effective and work for the participant 

  • should take into account support given to you by other government services, your family, carers, networks and the community. 

What is a provider?

A provider is an individual or organisation delivering a support or a product to a participant of the NDIS. Registered providers have met requirements regarding qualifications, approvals, experience and capacity for the approved supports.

What we provide

We are proud to be your local NDIS Registered Provider, located in Hobart, Tasmania.

 

Our aim is to make your life easier in any way we can help. We provide low cost Assistive Technology like Daily Living Aids, Shower Chairs, Wheelchairs, Wheelie Walkers in store. We also have the ability to order in whatever product you need.

Come in for a chat:

  • Let us do the product research for you. Tell us what you're looking for and let us find the best possible options for you. 

  • We are affiliates with other allied health like NDIS Support Coordinators, Aged Care Nurses, Continence Experts, Physiotherapists, Dietitians and more.