A reputable NDIS provider in Melbourne, Supported Living Services provides seamless care so you and your family can live without worry. Employees of the NDIS treat their customers like family and help them live freely, just as normal people do.
Each of our customers is unique and thoughtful, with varying priorities. Therefore, we don't use a one-size-fits-all approach. Our goal is to get to know you and all of your daily needs. Using the information you provide, we create a support plan that is tailored to your specific needs and life. With Supported Living Services, we are completely focused on you and your needs. Assisting you in defining your life's needs and desires, we find someone who best meets your specific needs.
The National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) provides people with disabilities access to the complicated care support services, home care services, disability support worker etc. They are required to lead full and independent lives through the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS). You must be under 65 and an Australian citizen (or permanent resident) to qualify (when you first use the scheme). You can acquire the assistance you require to live your life through the NDIs.
The advantages of Ndis Scheme are as follows:-
Nationally:-The NDIS is being phased in across all states and territories.
Disability:- The NDIS assists eligible people who have an intellectual, physical, sensory, cognitive, or psychosocial disability. Early intervention services are also available to disabled people and children with developmental delays who meet certain criteria.
Insurance: The NDIS provides Australians with peace of mind that if they, their child, or a loved one is born with or develops a permanent and significant disability, they will receive the necessary support.
Scheme:- The NDIS is not a welfare program. The NDIS is intended to assist people in obtaining the assistance they require so that their skills and independence can improve over time.
These services or support be delivered under the NDIS
People must meet the access requirements in order to use the NDIS. These include:
The NDIS Quality and Safeguards Commission (NDIS Commission) was established in 2018 as an independent agency to oversee the NDIS.
We work together to produce high-quality results.