Monthly Archives: May 2017

  • In-Kind FAQs What is in-kind? Before the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) was established, states and territories paid for providers to deliver services to people with disabilities. In some situations, states and territories continue to pay for these services directly and NDIS participants will continue using these services. These pre-paid supports and services are called […]

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  • Research Says: Non-drug Options Work Non-drug options generally offer significant symptom reduction, and in some cases, full remission. They have a side effect profile that is dramatically better than drugs: usually none, or quite mild. Unlike drugs, many non-drug approaches target known causes and influencers of mental health issues, not just symptoms. And these approaches […]

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  • Meal delivery and preparation under the NDIS   NDIS clients who are deemed eligible have the option to choose delivered meals as part of their core supports, if this is seen as reasonable and necessary to their support needs. There is sometimes confusion regarding delivered meals being available within a Package as ‘food’ is not […]

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  • NDIA Weekly Q & A – 17 March 2017 The NDIS have launched a new ‘weekly Q & A’ news item which addresses common questions raised by participants in the Scheme. This is a great resource for consumers and staff to access quick and simple responses to questions about the Scheme.   Q.  If I […]

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  • NDIA Weekly Q & A – 24 March 2017 The NDIS have launched a new ‘weekly Q & A’ news item which addresses common questions raised by participants in the Scheme. This is a great resource for consumers and staff to access quick and simple responses to questions about the Scheme. Q. How do I […]

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