What is NDIA?

National Disability Insurance Agency (NDIA) is government owned agency administering National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS).

What is NDIS?

The NDIS (National Disability Insurance Scheme) is a new and effective way to provide personalised support and care to people with disabilities and their families and carers. It has been designed to provide reliable support to people with a permanent or partial disability to perform their daily activities without any hassle.

What is NDIS funding?

The financial aid provided by the NDIS to eligible people is known as NDIS funding. Eligible people or NDIS participants can utilize this funding as per their individual needs.

Who is eligible for NDIS?

Eligibility for NDIS depends upon following conditions:

  • One must be aged between 7 and 65 years.
  • One must be permanent resident or citizen of Australia or holds special category visa.
  • Relying on support from other person due to a permanent and significant disability.
  • Have been using special equipment due to a permanent and significant disability.
  • Need some supports now to reduce your future needs.
Who is an NDIS participant?

Disable person who fulfil all the requirements mentioned in eligibility criteria and has been approved by NDIA for funded support is called participant.

Who is an NDIS provider?

NDIS Providers are the individuals or organisations that deliver support or a product to a participant in NDIS. People with disabilities can choose their providers and can change them anytime.
Sovereign Lives Victoria is a registered NDIS provider serving Melbourne and surrounding suburbs.

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