Permanent and significant disability
In order to receive funding from the NDIS, your disability must be both permanent and significant.
‘Permanent’ means that your disability is likely to be with you for life.
‘Significant’ means the disability affects your ability to take part in everyday activities.
- Understanding the NDIS
- Support Coordination
- Therapeutic Supports for Early Childhood and Children
- Therapeutic Supports for Adults
- Services we provide under NDIS
- Starting your plan
- Access Requirements
- Your NDIS plan
- Reviewing your NDIS plan
- Psychosocial supports
- How to apply for the NDIS
- Families and carers
- Useful contacts