The National Disability Insurance Agency (NDIA) is a federally appointed organisation that manages the administration of all NDIS funding. They are funded by the Department of Social Services (DSS).

The National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) has been developed to improve choice and create better outcomes for people with a disability. NDIS funds any goal that you set for yourself (those that NDIS considers reasonable and fair of course) and you are free to choose any NDIS service provider you want. You can learn more about the NDIS on the official federal government NDIS website.

Yes, we are a Registered NDIS Provider, we have been through the registration process and meets NDIA guidelines, we are recognised as a provider committing to quality standard, we adhere to price caps set by the NDIA.

Adorable Home Care is a registered NDIS Service Provider in Adelaide.

Our disability support services include:

  • Accommodation/Tenancy
  • Assist- Personal Activities
  • Assist-Travel/Transport
  • Community Nursing Care
  • Assist- Personal Activities
  • Assist-Travel/Transport
  • Specialist Support Coordination
  • Support Coordination
  • Short Term Accommodation (RESPITE)
  • Community Nursing Care
  • Daily Tasks/Shared Living
  • Development-Life Skills
  • Group/Centre Activities
  • Household Tasks
  • Participate in the community
  • Companion Care
  • Supported Independent Living (SIL)

The NDIS provides ongoing funding for all ‘reasonable and necessary’ disability equipment, care and support services. Generally, the supports and services provided to you assist you to achieve your goals and live as independently as possible. Services also include community participation and assistance with gainful employment.

  • The NDIS does not provide funding for support if it is:
  • Unrelated to your disability
  • Duplicate of another support.
  • Is better addressed by an alternative support option.
  • Is related to daily living expenses that are not related to your disability.

If you are over the age of 65 years, you will not be eligible to participate in the NDIS. You might be eligible for funding by the Aged Care System, instead.

The NDIA is tasked with assessment of your eligibility to participate in the NDIS. The following are the eligibility criteria: 

  • Be under the age of 65 years of age 
  • Be a resident of Australia (Australian citizen, or Permanent Visa Holder or a New Zealand citizen who holds a Protected Special Category Visa) 
  • Have a condition or an impairment that is permanent and prevents you from participating in everyday activities.

A carer is a person who provides unpaid care and support to family members or friends with a disability, a serious long-term illness, a terminal illness, a drug or alcohol issue or who are frail and aged.

Do Carers receive support outside of the NDIS? Carers receive a range of supports including respite support, counselling, education and training, peer support and advocacy.

The Carer Advisory Service provides information and advice to carers and their families about carer supports and services.

The NDIS is designed to work in association with the health, education and other universal services. It is a universal insurance scheme that is paid through tax contributions like Medicare.

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