National Disability Insurance Scheme
The NDIS is a national scheme to provide targeted support, co-ordination and access to services for people with disabilities. It’s a single national system, which means regardless of what kind of disability you have and where you live, you will be able to equally access existing services.
The NDIS has been designed to give people with disability more choice and control in how they receive the support they might need. People with disability and their families will have more control over choosing the services that work best for them and give them the support they need.
In Victoria, the NDIS will be rolled out in different areas at different times, starting in July 2016. The NDIS will replace the existing supports that people currently receive. People currently receiving support through the Victorian Government will move to the NDIS at different times depending on where they live and the type of support they receive.
The NDIS in Frankston
Frankston residents are included in the Bayside-Peninsula area of the NDIS roll-out beginning on 1 April 2018.
The Brotherhood of St Laurence has been contracted by the National Disability Insurance Agency (NDIA) to deliver Local Area Coordination and Early Childhood Early Intervention (ECEI) services in the Bayside-Peninsula area. Further information including eligibility criteria (access checklist) and contact details can be found at:
Frankston City Council’s ‘Disability Access and Inclusion Advisory Committee’ and Staff will advocate on behalf of the community, working to ensure people are informed and prepared for the NDIS.
A selection of websites and further information can be found below.
Please note: Links to external websites provided are for reference only. Views expressed on these sites do not necessarily reflect the views held by Frankston City Council.
Information for Carers
Information for Participants
Information for Providers
General NDIS Information
Frankston City Council
30 Davey Street
P. 1300 322 322
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