NDIS Local Area Coordination
The National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) allows Australians with a permanent and significant disability the freedom to choose the life they want to live. The scheme helps people with disability to access the supports that are right for them and assists in building their skills to actively participate in their community.
Mission Australia's NDIS Local Area Coordination Service helps people with disability to understand and access the NDIS, and create, implement and review their NDIS support plan.
At the same time, we also work with local people and groups to build communities that are more welcoming and inclusive so that everyone, regardless of their NDIS eligibility, can benefit.
Who this service is for
We assist people living with disability and/or Mental Health who have been approved by NDIA and have received funding allocation.
Referrals via NDIS CRM system
There is no cost to engage with the NDIS Local Area Coordination service.
9am-5pm Monday to Friday
How this service is delivered
Call or visit us online
Referrals to this service are arranged through the National Disability Insurance Agency, however our offices can be contacted directly by phone or email for queries or assistance.
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