The National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) was launched in July 2013, following years of conversations about the need for a serious reform of disability services in Australia. Under the National Disability Insurance Scheme, families and carers will have access to the help they need to support people with disability so they can participate in a life filled with community and employment opportunities.

Supporting you with NDIS
  • We can assist you in understanding how to self manage your own funding, or we can manage it for you as an NDIS registered Plan Management Provider.
  • We can accompany you to your NDIS planning meeting, in an advocacy capacity.
  • CEADA can host planning sessions with you, your family members, your friends and carers to assist in the process of getting ready. This is an informal meeting where we can brain storm together with the important people in your life. Call us on 02 9831 4001 to book an appointment.
  • Complete our comprehensive Individual Plan Workbook to take to your NDIS planning meeting. It’s an excellent way to start thinking about what your life looks like now and how you would like it to improve. There are no right or wrong answers, having all your thoughts in the one place will put you in a good place to start talking about your plan. Email us for a copy of the Workbook.
  • Review our information about the NDIS process.
  • We can assist in implementing you plan and with ongoing coordination of your services, supports and plan reviews as an NDIS registered Support Coordinator.
CEADA NDIS approved support services
  • Assist Access/Maintain Employment: Assistance to gain and maintain employment. This support cluster also incorporates assistance to enable a participant to attend and participate in school or education programs. Personal Activities High: Assisting with and/or supervising personal tasks of daily life to enable the participant to live as autonomously as possible. These supports are provided individually to participants and can be provided in a range of environments, including but not limited to, the participants own home.
  • Behaviour Support: Behaviour support includes a plan developed that aims to limit the likelihood of behaviours of concern developing and/or increasing. This plan provides assistance to a participant, their family and support persons to identify behaviours of concern, including behaviour that can cause harm to the participant or others. The plan also designs specific positive behaviour support strategies.
  • Assistive Equipment Recreation: This incorporates aids and equipment to assist participants in undertaking competitive and non-competitive sports or other recreational pursuits. Daily Tasks/Shared Living: Assistance with and/or supervising tasks of daily life in a shared living environment, which is either temporary or ongoing, with a focus on developing the skills of each individual to live as autonomously as possible.
  • Development Life Skills: Development of daily living and life skills focuses on training and development activities undertaken by the participant or their carer to increase their ability to live as autonomously as possible. Training can be provided either individually or through group activities and can include skills in daily life activities, communication and social skills, problem solving and managing funding of supports.
  • Early Childhood Supports: Provision of mixed therapies that fall into one of three categories depending on severity of disability or developmental delay. It is expected that NDIS will fund necessary and reasonable early childhood interventions that are intensive where the intervention is able to deliver significant improvements within a period of approximately six months.
  • Participate Community: Assisting participants to be actively involved in the community, social and civic activities; includes supporting participants during these activities, and developing participants’ ability to partake in these activities.
Group/Centre Activities
  • Exercise Physiology Personal Training: Physical well being activities promote and encourage physical well-being, including exercise and healthy diet. These supports are provided due to the additional requirements of the participant’s disability and to assist them to participate in physical well being activities.
  • Therapeutic Supports: Therapeutic supports are provided to assist the participant to apply their functional skills to improve participation and independence in daily, practical activities in areas such as Language and Communication, Personal Care, Mobility and Movement, Interpersonal Relations and Community Living. Therapeutic supports are delivered by allied health professionals including Occupational Therapist, Physiotherapists, Speech and Language Pathologists, Music Therapists and Psychologists.
  • Plan Management: the financial management of the plan supports including make payments to providers, expense claim processing, developing monthly statements for participants and claiming for payment from NDIA.
  • Support Coordination: Liaison with providers on engagement and provision of supports and the implementation of a participant’s plan.

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