One on One Support

The National Disability Insurance Scheme is an Australian Government Scheme that helps support eligible Australians living with a permanent or significant disability. The NDIS is managed by the National Disability Insurance Agency (NDIA). The NDIS provides eligible participants with tailored support plans. These plans provide funding for supports and services that help participants identify and reach their goals. Whether those goals are further education, securing a job, joining a social group or simply accessing support for everyday tasks. In addition, the NDIS empowers participants to exercise choice and control in pursuit of their goals. The NDIS offers funding for support and services to help people with disabilities and those who care for them. NDIS has three broad categories of support. NDIS core supports, capital supports, and capacity building supports. If you'd like to know more about what that means, what NDIS does and doesn't fund for you then feel free to contact us on the the details provided below. FCP specialised in intellectual, psychosocial, and physical disabilities partnering with a spinal care specialist service for complex care needs as well.