NDIS Accommodation: What You Need To Know


What is NDIS Accommodation? NDIS stands for National Disability Insurance Scheme. This Accommodation refers to the process which happens when a participant of NDIS receives an offer from their NDIA Local Area Coordinator. The NDIS may provide financial assistance to pay for rent, home modifications, or other costs needed to live independently in the community. If you are not sure what this means, keep reading!

Why is this important?

NDIS Accommodation is a vital part of NDIS. NDIA Local Area Coordinators are the people who help participants with NDIS develop plans. They will be able to guide you through this process if necessary. Suppose your plan includes assistance for accommodation costs. In that case, they can communicate with providers on your behalf to ensure that all needs are met. Also, when developing an NDIS plan, it’s essential to discuss what kind of support services could enable you to live independently in the community—such as personal care or domestic assistance—and whether they would need to be included in their NDIS package, too depending on eligibility criteria.
We hope this information has been helpful to you.