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NDIS Assistance

Vitality Club provides a range of disability services under the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS). 

 

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What is the NDIS?

The National Disability Insurance Scheme is a subsidised avenue for disability support. It takes a lifetime approach, investing in people with disability early to improve their outcomes later in life. For many people, it will be the first time they receive the disability support they need.

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How can Vitality Club help?

We provide personalised, flexible, and dynamic support, empowering each individual to achieve their goals at their own pace. With a focus on inclusion and participation, we strive to assist clients in developing strong community connections.

Our individualised services reflect the NDIS principles of choice and control for each person. We strive to support each person in reaching their potential and enabling them to live the life they choose. Please visit our resources page for our NDIS Policies & Procedures. 

 
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NDIS Services available

We offer the following services under the NDIS

Exercise Physiology 

Physiotherapy

Dietitian

Occupational Therapy

Podiatry

 
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What will it cost?

You can view the pricing of our services by checking out our NDIS Services Pricing. If you would like more information or have any questions, chat with one of our friendly team members today.


 
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For more information, call our team today!

(02) 8103 2037

 
 
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 Frequently Asked Questions

 

How will I benefit under the NDIS?

The NDIS is all about listening and learning about your needs. From here, we will connect you to the appropriate support services, helping you have better access to the community you live in.

How do I  apply?

Your first step should be visiting the NDIS website which details how to apply.

Is Vitality Club an NDIS approved provider?

Yes, Vitality Club is an approved NDIS provider of Home Care, Core Supports, Capacity Building and Individual Therapy and Assessment. To learn more about any of these services, get in touch today!

Is there a limit to the amount I can be charged for NDIS services?

Yes. ApprovedNDIS providers must not charge more than the amounts laid out in the NDIS Price Guide. To see the latest NDIS Price Guide, visit the NDIS website.

I am over 65, can I still receive NDIS funding?

If you do not already have an NDIS Plan at the age of 65, you are no longer eligible for funding. However, if you are 65 or over, you may qualify for the Commonwealth Home Support Program or Home Care Packages.

 

How do I find out if I am eligible to access the NDIS?

You will need to provide information about yourself to help the National Disability Insurance Agency (NDIA) assess your eligibility. This is called an Access Request. You can also permit someone you trust to provide information on your behalf. Access Request Forms are available here. 

How do I gather evidence of my disability?

You can follow this link to the NDIS website, which provides information on the types of evidence required. Local Area Coordinators can assist you with the process, however they cannot complete the Access Request Form or collect evidence on your behalf. 

Will I need to pay anything on top of my funding?

The NDIS is fully funded by the Australian Government, and you will not need to pay any out of pocket fees.


Can I receive services if I’m not approved for NDIS funding?

If you have not been approved for NDIS funding or are in the process but need immediate services, you can pay privately. Chat to our team about your options today.

How do I prepare for my planning meeting?

Our allied health team can help you prepare for your planning meeting by providing a comprehensive assessment and care plan. Our care plan objectively outlines your current supports, how you manage everyday activities, the goals you want to achieve and specialist recommendations on the funding and services required to help you reach these goals. Many participants find it helpful to have a report written by an Allied Health professional to supplement their planning.