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Your community might see people with disability as just needing some help from their family, friends, mob or community, rather than getting help from a service provider. You can still get help from family, friends, mob and community if you use the NDIS.

Information for Aboriginal people with disability, their families, carers and communities, about the new way to get support.

Schedule of Resident and Home Care Fees and Charges for Care Recipients entering care as at 20 March 2019. The new arrangements will only apply to residents and consumers of a home care package entering or commencing care on or after 1 July 2014.

A fact sheet providing information about Pelizaeus-Merzbacher disease, its frequency, and signs and symptoms.

The NDIA says your plan review will help you to measure your progress against your personal goals, to explore new goals and identify any changes in your life. Use these Top Tips to make the most of your plan review.

 A fact sheet that provides information about Epidermolysis Bullosa, its types, the signs and symptoms, treatment and tips for additional comfort.

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The National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) is implemented by the National Disability Insurance Agency (NDIA). The NDIA has an internal review process which must be used prior to appealing an NDIA decision externally. If you are unhappy with the internal NDIA review, you can then contact the Commonwealth Ombudsman and seek an appeal through Administrative Appeals Tribunal (AAT).

The National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) is a funding framework which supports Australians with a disability, their families and supporters.

It provides Australian citizens aged 65 and under who have a permanent and significant disability with funding for supports and services.

If your family member or friend is assessed as being unable to make decisions for themselves, existing legal orders will take effect. This may be an Enduring Power of Attorney, or Enduring Guardianship.

Web, print or multimedia design principles for end users with dyslexia or other print or reading disabilities.