National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS)
As of 1 March 2018, The National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) is live in Moreland.
The National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) supports people with a permanent and significant disability that affects their ability to take part in everyday activities.
The NDIS is being introduced in stages, because it’s a big change and it is important to get it right and make it sustainable. Existing service users and new participants will enter the scheme progressively.
It is expected to take up to 12 months for eligible people with disability to enter the NDIS. Existing Commonwealth and state-based services and supports will continue until eligible people start their plans with the NDIS.
NDIS mental health resources
Mental health access snapshots have been designed to assist people to understand the requirements of the NDIS access process in relation to psychosocial disability, and demystify the access process.
These snapshots have been co-designed with members of the National Mental Health Sector Reference Group and people with lived experience.
- General information about how the NDIS can support your mental health (PDF 236Kb)
- Impairment and mental health in the NDIS (PDF 222Kb)
- Recovery and the NDIS (PDF 223Kb)
- Functional capacity and mental health issues (PDF 238Kb)
- NDIS and other services supporting your mental health (PDF 212Kb)
Where can I find more information?
Information packs on the Victorian roll-out have been developed for service providers and future participants. These resources include a range of fact sheets and frequently asked questions on the NDIS and the Victorian roll out.
Information packs and more information is available on the NDIS website. Or call the NDIS hotline 1800 800 110.
NDIS information session video
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