NDIS Resources

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Advocating for children with disabilities and families. Click here to get more information about NDIS, School, Early years and Teenage years.
Council for Intellectual Disability (CID). Lots of resources, checklists and easy to read English material.
The Finding Your Way team is a group committed to promoting the values of a socially inclusive society in the following areas: Employment, Sport and Recreation, Health, Housing…
IDEAS’ purpose is to provide access to information and opportunities for people with disabilities, their supporters and the community to reach their full potential.
NDIS Supports Calculator is a user-friendly online tool to help you work out how much NDIS supports will cost over 12 months.
Find A Peer Network A peer support network is where people get together as equals to provide support to each other because of similar experiences or circumstances in their life.
Reimagine helps you understand psychosocial disability and great resources for mental health.
The Royal Australian College of General Practitioners (RACGP). A guide for GPs to support their patients accessing the NDIS.
10 steps to excellent NDIS therapy reports: VALID’s guide to NDIS therapist reports for allied health professionals.
The NDIS Quality and Safeguards Commission is an independent agency established to improve the quality and safety of NDIS supports and services.
Ways to Advocate for Yourself as a Cancer Patient. It’s important to advocate for yourself throughout your diagnosis and treatment.
Provider and Participants forum. A website to interact with providers and participants for the NDIS Plan and Specific Discussions.
To support health professionals in their role as a primary care provider. PHN Western Sydney offer training and education opportunities within Western Sydney.
Neami is a community-based organisation providing services to improve mental health and wellbeing in local communities.
Cumberland Women’s Health Centre (CWHC) is a non-profit community based organisation.
Wayside Chapel’s Community Services Centre’s (CSC) – one in Kings Cross and one in Bondi.
Social Justice – Provide support and advocate for a fair and equitable society.
Cumberland Women’s Health Centre (CWHC) is a non-profit community based organisation.
Parramatta/Holroyd Family Support Inc. (PHFS) is a community based family support service for families in the Parramatta and Holroyd local government areas.
Practical advice and support for carers. If you want to arrange emergency respite care Call Carer Gateway on 1800 422 737.
Disability, Aged Care and Children services. ECSC is a not-for-profit organisation that provides multilingual/multicultural services and support to meet the needs of culturally and linguistically diverse (CALD) people.
Home Care Support Agency to advocate on behalf on your family. If you are eligible for In Home Care, we will be the conduit between your family and the Service Provider to ensure the needs of your family are met.

Safe and Supported at Home (SASH). SASH is a package is to support clients with functional impairment/s who are in the process of applying for the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS).

Community Transport advocates for people who are challenged by access to transport, and we support the community transport sector to provide transport to people who find public transport inaccessible.
To find a doctor who practices at St Vincent’s Clinic, you can browse the clinical directory.
COACT is seekers, employers, community services and government to solve employment. Focus on multiple sclerosis diagnosis and finding suitable employment in their nearest office to your location.
Barnardos Australia is here because every child needs a champion. Barnardos advocate for the safety of children at risk of abuse and neglect, providing family support programs and services that empower children to reach their full potential.
Relationships Australia NSW are an independent, not-for-profit organisation with no religious affiliations. They are dedicated to enhancing relationships within families and their communities to foster personal and social wellbeing.

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