National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS)
GBSS has an experienced team to provide a friendly service with flexible choices. We provide a range of services under the NDIS….so that you are able to get the following services and products from our ‘one stop shop”.
Our services are for children, teenagers and adults, these include:
- Speech Pathology, Occupational and Physiotherapy
- Assistive technology
- Early Intervention
- Respite Care
- Assistance with daily life
- Community Participation
- Daily tasks
- In-home support
- Household tasks
- Assistance with travel, transport
- Group and Centre based activities
- Development of Skills eg Life Skills
- Plan Management
- Support Co-ordination
- Assisting with Life Stage transitions
Do you have an NDIS Pan? Or are you ready to start Planning? Do you need help to access the NDIS ? We are happy to walk you through this process…so contact us.
Therese : firstname.lastname@example.org
Geraldine : email@example.com
For more information on the NDIS please see:
Thanks to the National Disability Insurance Scheme’s (NDIS) focus on early intervention, five-year-old West Australian Jack Bloch is “skyrocketing ahead” with his speech, writing, recognition and motor skills, so much so he is now age appropriate and able to exit the Scheme.
The National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) has recently released new videos in Auslan so the Deaf community can access information about the NDIS in their language.
The National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) approach to Early Childhood Early Intervention (ECEI) is the first nationally-consistent approach to supporting children under six with developmental delay or disability.
Well, the NDIS is certainly becoming a reality and brings with it some exciting opportunities. Getting ready for this big change is really important as it is starting to be rolled out in our area.
A workshop will be held on Tuesday, May 31 to help you plan for the NDIS. The workshop is designed to get participants to think about, and to start recording the goals, hopes and dreams for the future of the person with a disability and how the NDIS may assist to realise those dreams.