Whether you need a power bed or a prosthetic leg, you can only get NDIS funding for Assistive Technology (AT) when the agency agrees that it is 'reasonable and necessary' to help you reach your goals. This practical guide will help you structure your thoughts, so you can produce a strong and effective AT assessment in collaboration with your allied health practitioner.
So you received your new NDIS plan, but it's full of complex jargon that doesn't make sense? Use this guide as your translator. It tells you in plain, simple English what your unique funding package can buy.
When you are in the NDIS, you have three options to manage your funding: do it yourself (self-managed), get a Plan Manager free of charge for you, or leave the agency in control (agency-managed). This booklet helps you understand what Plan Management is and whether it's the right choice for you.