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  • NDIS participants who helped the reimagine today website tell us the more thought you put into your vision for a meaningful life, the better the planning process and experience will be so if you haven’t already, you might like to complete the ‘Reimagine my life’ section in your reimagine.today workbook.   To view the workbook, click […]

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  • We hope reimagine.today is useful to you in reimagining your life whether you become an NDIS participant or not. reimagine.today is co-designed with people living with mental health conditions including psychosocial disability. Many of the people involved in reimagine.today have lived experience of the NDIS. They have used their experience to help you better understand […]

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  • It is estimated that 64 000 people with psychosocial disabilities related to a mental health condition will become NDIS participants by 2019-2020.  For these people the Scheme presents a significant opportunity to increase supports and improve outcomes. However, psychosocial disability differs from physical and sensory disabilities in important ways and presents the Scheme with significant […]

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  • Q and A – 14 July 2017 Here are the latest questions from the community to the NDIS and their responses. I found out by chance on the weekend that NDIS prices are rising slightly as of 1 July. Does this mean that our plans will be increased accordingly? As I have to pay my […]

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  • We are helping to co-host a special NDIS Q & A in each of SANE’s lived experience and carers forums! Get your questions answered first hand by the NDIA!! Log on here and experience for yourself how wonderfully supportive these forums are!! https://mifq.saneforums.org/      

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  • 2017/2018 Price Guide for NDIS service providers – Beginning 1 July 2017 Prices for supports included in participant plans are developed and published by the National Disability Insurance Agency (NDIA). NDIA will update prices on at least an annual basis, effective 1 July each year, taking account of market trends, changes in costs and wage […]

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  • 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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