NDIS Service Provider Queensland

Community Access Care is a registered National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) service provider. We assist NDIS Participants located in Bundaberg and Toowoomba. 

Our team are on a mission to make a real difference in the lives of the people we care for. We provide NDIS support services and a range of individualized support services to assist people living with disabilities – both at home and in the community.

We understand that the NDIS might seem complicated, but don’t let that scare you. We are here to help you to find out what it is all about and access the NDIS support you require. 

New to the NDIS? Start here.

The National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) is a federally funded scheme that provides individual funding packages for people under the age of 65 with a permanent or significant disability. The NDIS is designed to help people achieve their goals and live their best life, on their terms.

If you are eligible for NDIS support, you will work out what reasonable and necessary supports you need to live your life and achieve your goals. You’ll then receive funding from the government to pay for these supports.

For more information on NDIS support, visit their website.

What NDIS supports can you receive?

Just as every individual is different, so are the combination of disability supports and services, or early interventions, needed to help them achieve these goals.

It could be employment, respite care, short or long term accommodation, doing activities and more.

You get to choose when and where you receive your funded supports and which disability service providers you work with. Prior to the NDIS you had little control of the providers you could use, now the choice is yours.

Check out CAC’s NDIS disability services.

Who is eligible for the NDIS?

Eligibility for the NDIS depends on a few different things such as:

  • You need to be under the ages of 65 at the time of your application
  • You need to be an Australian citizen, permanent resident, or a New Zeland citizen who holds a Protected Special Category Visa
  • You must have a permanent disability that significantly affects how you can communicate, move, care for yourself, or manage your life.

For more information on whether or not you are eligible for a for a NDIS service provider, please visit the NDIS website or get in touch with us today.

NDIS Frequently Asked Questions

We understand that understanding the NDIS can be confusing and difficult to navigate. These Frequently Asked Questions are designed to help you answer some questions you may have about the NDIS. 

  1. Why do we need the NDIS?

The NDIS is a federally managed and funded safety net, providing a nationally consistent, lifetime commitment to support for people with a disability in their everyday life. 

 2. How much funding will I get?

The NDIS look at your individual goals and what reasonable and necessary support you need to achieve these. They will also take into account your age, primary disability, functional impairment, living solution and your informal supports.

3. How do I access the NDIS?

For more information on accessing the scheme visit the access page on the NDIS website.