What is the NDIS?

The National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) is designed to offer services and support to those with permanent and significant disabilities. Resources are allocated to enable assistance with fulfilling the needs of people with a disability and connecting them to appropriate services. The aim of the NDIS is to give person focused support and to improve the mechanisms, efficiency and accessibility to national services for those with life-altering disabilities.

How Do I Get Support Under The NDIS?

Check your eligibility

Your eligibility for the NDIS is determined by several factors, including age, residential status and disability requirements. Your eligibility will be assessed by the National Disability Insurance Agency (NDIA), the government body responsible for administering the NDIS. To check your eligibility, click here.

Meet with a consultant and develop your plan

Firstly, you’ll have a meeting with the NDIA to develop your plan. The NDIA will look at what services you’re currently utilising and your individual requirements. Your plan will be based on your objectives, needs and goals, as well as the support and services that will best suit you moving forward. We can definitely help you prepare for this meeting.

Bring your action plan to life

The finalised plan will be put into action, by this we mean selecting the best provider(s) and support workers, managing your fund and implementing your ongoing plan, among many things.

When are the NDIS rollouts taking place in Victoria?

Bayside Peninsula:  1 April 2018
The Bayside Peninsula area covers the local government areas of

  • Bayside
  • Frankston
  • Glen Eira
  • Kingston
  • Mornington Peninsula
  • Port Phillip
  • Stonnington


Brimbank Melton: 1 October 2018.
The Brimbank Melton area covers the local government areas of

  • Brimbank
  • Melton


Hume Moreland: 1 March 2018. 
The Hume Moreland area covers the local government areas of

  • Hume
  • Moreland


Outer Eastern Melbourne:  1 November 2017.
The Outer East Melbourne area covers the local government areas of
•    Knox
•    Maroondah
•    Yarra Ranges

Inner Eastern Melbourne: 1 November 2017.
The Inner East Melbourne area covers the local government areas of
•    Boroondara
•    Manningham
•    Monash
•    Whitehorse

North Eastern Melbourne: 1 July 2016.
The North East Melbourne area covers the local government areas of
•    Banyule
•    Darebin
•    Nillumbik
•    Whittlesea
•    Yarra

Western Melbourne: 1 October 2018.
The Western Melbourne area covers the local government areas of
•    Hobsons Bay
•    Maribyrnong
•    Melbourne
•    Moonee Valley
•    Wyndham

Southern Melbourne:  1 September 2018.
The Southern Melbourne area covers the local government areas of
•    Cardinia
•    Casey
•    Greater Dandenong