Applying is simple

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Call NDIA on 1800 800 110 and provide them with details about yourself and your disability

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Fill out a planning document and meet your Local Area Coordinator or NDIS Planner

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Start receiving supports and services from Afea Care Services

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Click here to download the NDIS Planning Booklet

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Am I eligible for NDIS funding?

To get funding under the NDIS you must:

> Have a permanent disability that significantly affects your ability to take part in day-to-day activities <
> Be less than 65 years of age at the time of your first NDIS plan <
> Be an Australian citizen or hold a permanent visa or a Protected Special Category visa <

If you are over 65 years of age, you may be eligible for a Home Care Package

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Thinking about your goals

The NDIS takes a lifetime approach. It is in place to help people with a disability day-to-day, as well as to learn the skills to live independently. Setting goals is an important element of every NDIS plan, as it gives both you and the NDIA an idea of what actions to take in order to improve your future

Before applying for an NDIS plan, it is a good idea to consider what you want from your funding. Here are some questions you can ask yourself in order to come up with achievable goals that will shape your plan:

  • What is important to me?
  • How do I like to spend my time?
  • What do I need to live an ordinary life?
  • How could my health and wellbeing improve?
  • What networks could I be connecting with to help me?
  • What will help me be more involved in the community?
  • How can I build confidence in different aspects of my life? heart9heart9
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Preparing for your application

Preparing yourself before you apply for NDIS funding will make the application process a little easier. If you would like some assistance in applying, our experts will be happy to help

You may be asked for the following information when you apply for NDIS funding:

  • Your name, age, living situation and residency / visa status and supporting evidence
  • Details and evidence about your disability, including how it effects your daily life
  • Any relevant reports you already have from medical practitioners and allied health professionals 
  • Whether you give permission for the NDIS to talk to third parties about your disability, including Centrelink, doctors or people who currently look after you

It is also a good idea to think about whether you want someone you trust involved any meetings and phone calls with the NDIA

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Frequestly asked questions

What is the NDIA?

The National Disability Insurance Agency is operated by the Australian Government and is responsible for implementing the NDIS

Will I need to pay anything on top of my funding?

Unlike Home Care Packages for Aged Care, NDIS is fully funded by the Australian Government and you will not need to pay any fees from your own pocket

Is Afea an NDIS approved provider?

Yes, Afea is an approved NDIS provider of Home Care, Plan Management, Support Coordination and Supported Independent Living. To learn more about any of these services, reach out to our friendly team today

Is there a limit to the amount I can be charged for NDIS services?

Yes, all approved NDIS providers are required to charge no more than the amounts laid out in the NDIS Price Guide. To see the latest NDIS Price Guide, visit the NDIS website

What types of supports does the NDIS fund?

Check out this page to find out what supports you can receive under the NDIS

I am over 65, can I still receive NDIS funding?

If you do not already have an NDIS Plan at the age of 65, you are no longer eligible for funding. However, if you are 65 or over, you may be eligible for Home Care Packages. Check out this page to find out more about Home Care Packages

Can I receive services if I’m not approved for NDIS funding?

If you have not been approved for NDIS funding, or are in the process but need immediate services, you can pay privately. Chat to our team about your options today

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Need help navigating the NDIS? Talk to one of our experts!