You can use the NDIS Access Checklist to test if you think you might be eligible for the NDIS support. If you think you are then you can call us and we can look at your situation and get you started. We will ask you few questions to help identify the best next step for you. Once that done then we will refer you to the NDIS or you can self-refer your self.
If you are applying on the behalf of a child (under the age of six). Then firstly we will assess your child individual circumstances and needs. After that assessment, we will advise you on the best next step. working with us or we will refer you to a Early Childhood Partner.
“we will also:
- connect you and your child with the most appropriate supports in your area, such as community health centre, playgroups, etc
- provide some short-term early intervention where it has been identified as the most appropriate support, and
- help you to request NDIS access if your child requires longer-term early childhood intervention supports. If your child becomes an NDIS participant the Early Childhood Partner will work with you to develop an NDIS plan.” ( information from NDIS website)