National Disability Insurance Scheme

National Disability Insurance Scheme

The National Disability Insurance Scheme Sydney (NDIS) is a new way of funding services and supports for people with disability. Under the scheme, eligible participants with disability receive their own individual funding and NDIS plan to support them to achieve their specific goals and live their life the way they want.

NDIS Provider Insurance

The NDIS Provider Insurance, a crucial aspect of the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS), serves as a beacon of empowerment for individuals with disabilities throughout Australia. This insurance program is designed to ensure that individuals receive the necessary support to lead fulfilling lives, embodying the nation’s commitment to inclusivity and equality.

Operating on the principle of individualized support, the NDIS Provider Insurance acknowledges the unique journey and requirements of each person with a disability. Through meticulous planning and funding, it aims to grant access to essential services, therapies, and aids tailored to individuals’ specific circumstances. This personalized approach not only enhances their quality of life but also fosters autonomy and self-determination.

Furthermore, the NDIS Provider Insurance acts as a catalyst for societal change, challenging stigmas surrounding disabilities and promoting inclusivity. By fostering greater awareness and understanding, it nurtures a culture of acceptance and celebrates diversity. Despite facing challenges such as ensuring equitable access, streamlining processes, and sustaining funding, the NDIS Provider Insurance remains steadfast in its overarching vision. It aims to create a society where people of all abilities can thrive, contribute, and participate fully. As the NDIS Provider Insurance evolves and refines its practices, its impact extends far beyond policy frameworks, touching the lives of countless individuals and families, and reshaping perceptions of disability in Australia.

Previously, service providers received government funding to deliver services and supports, with little choice or flexibility given to people with disability. With their own individual funding, NDIS participants can now choose the services and supports they want and the providers to deliver them. The NDIS is currently rolled out across Australia.

National Disability Insurance Scheme funding Eligibility

You can access the NDIS depending on your age, residency and disability.

Age: You are under 65 years of age.
Residency: You live in Australia, and are an Australian citizen, or you have paperwork that give you permission to live in Australia permanently.
Disability: Your disability is likely to be with you for life and substantially impacts how you manage everyday activities. This means, you need help from other people or special equipment to do certain things.

To apply for NDIS, you can call 1800 800 110 or Click Here. And follow the prompts to fill in the Access Request form. 

What support does the NDIS cover?

The NDIS fund reasonable and necessary supports. Your planner will discuss these with you.

To assess a person’s support needs, the NDIS may consider some aspects of a person’s life, such as:

  • Daily routine
  • Living arrangements

Supports may include:

  • Help with day to day living and activities that improves a person’s participation in the community and workforce.
  • A resource or piece of equipment such as wheelchair, assistive technology which are aids or equipment to assist participants to live independently or assist carers to support participants, home or car modifications to help you live the life you want.
  • Those that are helpful in building the skills a person needs to live the life they want, such as opportunities to work, further their education, volunteer or learn something new.

Free-up of NDIS beds ‘saves states millions’

The government’s plan to clear hospital beds by getting National Disability Insurance Scheme participants discharged sooner is saving the states ‘literally millions of dollars every day’. “It’s costing Australians in hospital payments about $3 million a night,” NDIS Minister Bill Shorten said a disability plan should also be in place within a month under new benchmarks set for the agency

“The solution is not to view every person in the NDIS as a cost but rather that the money we spend in the NDIS is an investment,” NDIS Minister Bill Shorten said.


The dedicated and compassionate professional carers at P Homecare have been providing high-quality, private, in-home care services, NDIS Domestic Assistance for Australians living with a disability as a Registered NDIS provider. If you or your loved one is living with a disability and wishes to remain at home, living independently, and enjoying the best quality of life possible, P Homecare can help with a range of specialized, expert disability services in Australia tailored to suit your specific needs. We will support you to continue living life to the fullest, reaching your goals, and being safe and supported in your own home.

Through NDIS funding, we offer all-encompassing homecare services, tailored to your needs.
The NDIS, run by the National Disability Insurance Agency (NDIA) is Australia’s first national scheme for people with a disability and provides funding directly to these individuals. The scheme was designed to better meet the needs of Australians living with disabilities and recognizes that those with a disability have unique sets of needs and goals. By providing direct support to Australians with disabilities, as well as their families and their carers, the scheme gives people a greater degree of choice about the life they wish to lead and the types of care they receive.

Our home care services can provide a little or a lot of help to support you to live independently at home.

National Disability Insurance Scheme Services

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Call our HELPLINE for National Disability Insurance Scheme 1800 571 955 or email and we will talk you through the process 

What is the objective of the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS)?

The National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) provides assistance to individuals with enduring and substantial disabilities that hinder their participation in daily activities.

What specific areas does the NDIS funding cover?

The NDIS finances various supports and services, encompassing education, employment, social engagement, independence, living arrangements, and health and wellbeing. To qualify as reasonable and necessary, a support or service must be directly related to a participant’s disability.

National Disability Insurance Scheme

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