Schizophrenia NDIS Support

The National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) provides support to people with schizophrenia in Australia. Schizophrenia is a mental health condition that can cause a range of symptoms, including hallucinations, delusions, disordered thinking, and difficulty with social interactions.

To access support for schizophrenia under the NDIS, individuals need to meet the eligibility criteria and go through the assessment and planning process. This process involves working with an NDIS planner or Local Area Coordinator (LAC) to identify the person’s goals and support needs. Once the person’s plan is developed, it will include funding for support services if they are identified as a need.

The NDIS provides a range of support services for people with schizophrenia, including:

  1. Psychological therapy and counseling: This may include individual therapy, group therapy, or family therapy to help individuals manage their symptoms and improve their quality of life.
  2. Medication management: The NDIS can provide funding for medication management services, including support to access and manage medication, and monitoring of side effects.
  3. Support for daily living: The NDIS can provide funding for support with daily living activities, including assistance with personal care, household tasks, and meal preparation.
  4. Support for social and community participation: The NDIS can provide funding for support to participate in social activities, such as joining a social group or attending community events.
  5. Support for education and employment: The NDIS can provide funding for support to access education or employment opportunities, including training, job coaching, and support to manage symptoms in the workplace.

If you or someone you know requires support for schizophrenia under the NDIS, it is recommended that you contact the NDIS or a P Home care disability support organisation for more information on how to access these services. It is important to note that the types and level of support will depend on the individual’s specific needs and goals.

Schizophrenia NDIS Support

The NDIS is an incredible opportunity for people seeking support to live their best lives, but it can be confusing, a bit overwhelming and difficult to navigate. The NDIS has been designed to support people with permanent and significant disability to be active members of their community. It provides funding based on need and gives choice and control over the support received. This means you are assessed on your particular circumstances and aspirations. The funding for supports received ensures you reach your particular goals including independence, involvement in community, education, employment, and health and wellbeing. The NDIS provides certainty that you will receive the reasonable and necessary support you require over your lifetime, giving you peace of mind. It also focuses on early intervention, at a time when getting early support can reduce the impact of disability.

Does NDIS fund for Schizophrenia?

Yes, NDIS will provide funding for Schizophrenia. As part of the process, you will need to provide evidence of your mental health condition and psychosocial disability. This might be information from your psychiatrist or psychologist. You do not necessarily have to share a diagnosis – although this is preferable. The NDIA is more concerned with evidence of a mental health condition. That means, it is interested in the impact of the mental health condition, rather than the diagnosis itself.

Psychology services are funded by the NDIS if your NDIS plan includes the support category “Improved Daily Living Skills”, which is covered under the Capacity Building section of an NDIS plan.


NDIS Eligibility:

When it comes to eligibility, the definition of psychosocial disability is important. Psychosocial disability is the term used to describe a disability arising from a mental health issue. Not everyone who has a mental health issue will have a disability. It might be considered to be a disability if it is severe, longstanding and impacts your recovery.

Will NDIS pay for a psychiatrist?

Psychologists registered with the NDIS are considered to be approved providers. If you manage your NDIS plan yourself, you don’t need to access your psychology services through an approved provider and can choose any psychologist you wish. However, if your Plan is NDIS-managed, you will need to access psychology services through a registered NDIS provider. Prior to accessing the NDIS, it may be necessary for you to see a psychologist for diagnosis. It isn’t always necessary to have a formal psychological diagnosis, but it can certainly help if you are trying to get NDIS funding for psychological or mental health reasons.

(To know more about this, you can contact your Local health hospital or LAC .)

P Homecare is a registered NDIS Provider and support the people with physical or psychosocial disability, or mental illness to complete NDIS application Free in recovery-focused mental health services and support Australia wide.

Your nearest NDIA office can help out  or LAC partner for help with applying for the NDIS. We also provide free support if you are eligible to apply for NDIS. For more information email

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