Disability Supports and services funded by the NDIS & how to get this
Disability Supports and services funded by the NDIS & how to get this?
The NDIS provides funding for supports and services that fall into three broad categories:
Core supports: These are supports that help a participant complete their daily living activities, such as personal care, mobility, and household tasks.
Capital supports: These are supports for an investment, such as assistive technology, equipment, and home or vehicle modifications. Capital supports can also include funding for Specialist Disability Accommodation (SDA).
Capacity building supports: These are supports that help a participant build their independence and skills, such as support for employment, education and training, and building social and community participation.
The specific supports and services that are available to a participant depend on their individual needs and goals, as outlined in their NDIS plan. The NDIS has a pricing and funding framework in place to guide the types of supports and services that can be funded and the price limits for those supports. Participants and their families can refer to the NDIS Pricing Arrangements and Price Limits for more detailed information on the supports and services available under each category, as well as the price limits and funding rules.