It’s important that parents get quick answers, expert advice and intervention for their child as early as possible. Parents say that using the NDIS to get help for their child has helped them feel supported and positive about their child’s future.

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Australian Sign Language (Auslan) interpretation of the Working with the NDIS video

In this video, parents talk about using the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS). They describe how to make a plan for therapies, respite, recreation and other activities to suit your child.

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Ram: My name is Ram, I’m five years old. I love playing with the toys and activities with Miss Melissa, the schoolteacher. 

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Parents of children with disability talk about NDIS early childhood access partners and key workers, and how they got started with early intervention.

Watch this video to see how families and carers in North Queensland are getting #ndisready and what the NDIS means to them.

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The Hub in Launceston is a place where young men, most on the autism spectrum, meet, learn and laugh. To find out how you can get ready visit NDIS Ready.

This video will help you understand key information about the NDIS including what it is, if you can access it, when it will be available, and why it’s important.

Parents of children with autism spectrum disorder talk about the transition from HCWA to the NDIS. They give tips for your first meeting with an NDIS planner.

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Janelle found the planning process for Willow’s plan to be very easy and it was easy to contact the planner if she had further questions.