Under the NDIS, you will be able to tailor the support you receive to meet your own needs and goals. You can select your own provider for any service you need, and you can even control your own funds.
We realize this is a big change with the potential to transform lives - which is why understanding the system and how to get the most out of it is so important. We’re here to support you every step of the way.
The NDIS is a big change in how people with disability access supports and services, and it can feel overwhelming. If you’re moving to the NDIS or supporting a loved one through the process, help is here.
Step 1 - Pre Planning:
What do you want your life to look like day-to-day and into the future?
Pre-planning involves thinking about this, and what supports you might need to get there. Start pre-planning today to get the most out of the NDIS.
This pre-planning tool is a great way to ensure you have as much information as is needed, ready for that initial meeting. This tool coincides with the questions your planner may ask.
It looks at your diagnosis, your formal and informal support people, your day-to-day life and routine, the equipment you currently use and would like to use in the future, as well as your goals.
We understand this process can be quite overwhelming, and there is a lot for you to do and understand.
Remember the NDIS is now available to answer any questions.
Advanced Care will continue to provide a high-quality support.
We are currently registered with the NDIS to provide personal care and support with your domestic duties.
We are in the process of extending our registration to cover more items in the NDIS. For those who self-manage or manage their plans through a registered plan manager, we will be able to continue all in-home support including community access as per usual.
NDIS services in the Sunshine Coast are now officially open. This means that residents already receiving support services (DS funding) should be contacted in the coming weeks and months to organise their initial meeting with their NDIS Planner.
Meetings can be conducted in offices, at your home or over the phone: whichever is most convenient for you.
If you do not currently receive support or funding, you are now able to contact the NDIS to request access. You will need as much information as possible from medical professionals regarding your disabilities and the effects they have on your ADLs and ability to access your community.