what is the ndis qld

Queensland’s National Disability Insurance Scheme is now fully operational. This is how Queenslanders with disabilities can access the services they need to lead an ordinary life. NDIS supports people with significant and permanent disabilities.

NDIS is a market leader in Queensland for service providers and organisations that provide disability services. Consumer options for these services are growing. Diverse, competitive and innovative suppliers are joining the disability sector.

Accessing support through NDIS

The NDIS supports people with disabilities in Queensland. Learn more about eligibility and how to apply.

Queenslanders receive additional support

Learn more about the Assessment and Referral Teams that assist Queenslanders with disabilities with NDIS access.

Information, links and capacity building (ILC), for the NDIS

ILC is an important component of the NDIS. Grants will be made to organizations to conduct ILC activities in the community for people with disabilities.

Register to be an NDIS provider

To learn more about how to become an NDIS provider registered and to get guidance on the experience and qualifications required to offer services, visit the NDIS Provider toolkit

Providers must meet NDIS quality and safeguard requirements

Many frequently asked questions regarding the responsibilities of Queensland in meeting its quality assurance and legislative requirements during the transition into NDIS.

NDIS market information, resources

Access Queensland NDIS market information for businesses and disability providers.

The NDIS partners with qualified and experienced partner organizations to provide local coordination and early childhood approaches to Australians with disabilities, including those with developmental delays. They are the face and voice of the NDIS within the community.

Call the local coordinator partner for your local government area if you are between seven and 64 years old. They are your primary contact person for the NDIS.

Call the early childhood partner of your local government if you have a child under 7 who has a developmental delay.

Your primary contact person for the NDIS will be the early childhood partner. They will help you understand the NDIS and provide the best support for your child.

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Gaia Care Disability Support Services in North Brisbane assist people with disabilities and their families in a variety of ways. We can help you, whether you’re just starting the NDIS or have a plan.

We offer a wide range of meaningful and professional disability care options that will help each individual reach their full potential. Each person with a disability has their own support needs.

We provide flexibility to allow individuals to grow and develop their individual lifestyle goals. Our approach is person-centred, which means that every person we support has the power to decide their future.

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