What is the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS)?
The National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) provides funding to help people with disability reach goals throughout life. It also supports carers of people with disability. The NDIS is run by the National Disability Insurance Agency (NDIA).
Children aged 0-6 years will be allocated an NDIS early childhood partner and a plan will be developed.
Children aged 7 years and older will meet with an NDIA planner or an NDIS local area coordination partner and a plan will be developed.
Once the plan is approved, your child will start to get NDIS funding. You choose the providers you want to work with and start putting the plan into action
When will the NDIS be available in Melton and Brimbank areas?
What is the cost of services?
Give us a call to talk about your needs so we can inform you of the fees for sessions. We are registered with Medicare, NDIS, HCWA and BSI so we will talk to you about using this funding for therapy.
How long is the wait list?
Generally we do not have a wait list and the provision of high quality, regular therapy is offered as soon as possible
Where does therapy take place?
Incredible You Allied Health can support you in the home, kinder, school or at our friendly clinic. We work with you to make sure skills are generalised across all contexts of life.
How is my privacy protected?
Our clinicians will talk to you about our privacy protection policy during the initial consultation. You can request this document at any time.