What is the NDIS?

The National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) is a funded way of providing support for people with disabilities, their families and carers. The NDIS will assess your needs and assist in developing a personalised plan taking into consideration your support needs and personal goals. The NDIS is intended to give you more choice and better control over how, where and when your supports are provided, as well as certainty you will receive the support you need to live and enjoy an ordinary life as independently as possible.

The types of supports that the NDIS may fund for participants include:

  • Daily personal activities.
  • Transport to enable participation in community, social, economic and daily life activities.
  • Therapeutic supports including behaviour support.
  • Mobility equipment.

Please check the NDIS page regularly for the latest information on the response to coronavirus (COVID-19).

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Glenray is a registered NDIS provider.

At Glenray we provide a large range of disability support services to promote growth, quality and independence across the following areas. As a dedicated local NDIS provider, we work with NDIS participants, tailoring support services and programs that align with each individual’s plan and goals.

Our experience has helped us develop our all-inclusive, wide-ranging knowledge in supports that fall under the NDIS. Glenray’s experience allows us to confidently and positively support numerous people with the NDIS. As a trusted local provider of disability supports and services, we have the passion, knowledge and experience to support you with your journey with the NDIS.

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Am I Eligible for the NDIS?

You may be eligible for the NDIS if you:

  • Have a permanent or lifelong disability or condition that stops you from doing everyday things yourself.
  • Are aged under 65 years old
  • Are an Australian citizen or permanent resident

New applicants will need to determine their eligibility with the NDIA. The National Disability Insurance Agency (NDIA) is an independent statutory agency who is responsible for the implementation of the NDIS. The NDIA has created some great resources to help you with the transition and planning.

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Questions? Need Advice?

Glenray have dedicated individuals with expertise to help connect you with a number of services or links to community organisations to help you meet your goals. Our Support Coordinators would love to hear from you.

Plan Management

Glenray provides support with Plan Management. This is to undertake financial administration to manage and monitor your NDIS budget over the course of your plan. Our Plan Managers can provide support with understanding your plan and what you might be able to access.

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Support Coordination

Our Support Coordinators will assist in maintaining your existing services and link in with new services. Our dedicated staff members will ensure you are able to access health, education and other services that are available within the community.

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