When it comes to therapies, you might want to think outside of the box. Some therapies such as Occupational Therapy, Speech Pathology and Psychology are commonly funded. However, the NDIS may also fund a number of other evidence based allied health therapies, including:
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Stuck on ideas to keep your kids busy these school holidays? We’ve got just the list for you! Check out these fun sensory activities for you and your kids to do these holidays
This resource is for participants that have their NDIS plan managed by a plan manager, and covers hiring self-employed or independent support workers who have an Australian Business Number (ABN).
- What an Exercise Physiologist actually does - Why YOU might benefit from it! - How you can Exercise Physiology funded in your NDIS plan
Self management is a great option for those who NEED it, but that’s not always the case. If you’ve tried it and are feeling overwhelmed, stressed and don’t know what you’re doing then it might be time to consider changing to plan-management.
For many participants, agency-managed is assigned as a default option. Whilst this option is great for some, it’s not the best option for everyone! Find out how to change your NDIS plan from agency to plan managed