Could you access funding through the National Disability Scheme (NDIS)?

The National Disability Insurance Scheme (commonly referred to as the NDIS) is Australia’s national way to provide funding support to people with a disability, including people with specific levels of low vision or blindness. It is designed to cover the costs of services and equipment to assist you to achieve your goals. The NDIS is for people under 65 years of age.

Whether you want to increase your independence, get more involved in your community, improve daily living skills or enhance your general health and wellbeing, the NDIS—and our guidance around getting the most out of it—can make your goals a reality.

Find out about your eligibility, how we can assist you to understand and navigate the Scheme, and the benefits of participating in the NDIS.

Learn more about the NDIS

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Could you access funding through My Aged Care?

If you’re over 65 years old, My Aged Care is the starting point for you to access funding supports through the aged care system.

My Aged Care provides a single point of contact for older Australians entering the aged care system—and your carers and family members—to ensure you can easily find and access the right government-funded services to support your independence.

Learn more about My Aged Care

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Other funding options

We’re committed to working with you to achieve your goals, whatever they may be. You may not be eligible for the NDIS or My Aged Care, but there may be other options open to you. Please call us to discuss your circumstances.