Before knowing the NDIS management, it is necessary to know about NDIS.
AROUND 4.3 MILLION Australians are suffering from some of the other kinds of disability. The NDIS is engaged in providing funds for disability supports and services to more than 500000 Australians within the next five years. For many people living in Australia, it will be the first time to receive disability funds. The NDIS provides all people with disabilities with information and connections of day-to-day happenings of their community The National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS), run by the National Disability Insurance Agency, also known as the NDIA. Australians who were either born with a permanent and significant disability are all eligible for NDIS. The NDIS funds are necessary to support disabled people with the hope of helping them to achieve their goals in life.
Understanding what is NDIS?
At First, you have to understand, what is NDIS, and what it does, what is the motive behind NDIS.
1) Ask a question am I eligible
Then you have to answer the simple questions, like to see if you may be able to apply for the NDIS. These questions are just a guide; the final decision about eligibility is up to the NDIA.
Then get to know how to apply
After checking the eligibility, if you qualify the criteria to become an NDIS participant, you can become a participant by filling the Access Request form
2) Create your plan
if you meet the requirements, If you are eligible for the NDIS and have received an ‘access decision’ letter, the next step is creating your NDIS plan. Your plan is your written agreement, which works for you in achieving your goals; everyone has a different plan. You have to give information on how areas are going in life. It will let you develop a plan that provides good support for you in life.
3) Know how to use your plan
Once you have a plan, there are many people to help you out and to have access to your plan, in a way that suits your interests. They will find out different budgets for you and let you know how to use my plan portal.
4) Review your plans and goals
It is an opportunity to review your plan and check whether your supports are working for you and helping you pursue your goals.