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Dementia and the NDIS

When it comes to dementia and the National Disability Insurance Scheme, there are some ‘must knows’ for both participants and providers. People with early onset dementia are not automatically accepted to the NDIS. In terms of disability, a person needs to prove their condition is both permanent and substantially impacts their functioning. Read on to find out more.

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NDIS utilisation – is the glass half-full, or half-empty?

The phrase, “Is the glass half-full, or half-empty?” is extremely relevant when we think about the NDIS. The NDIS has been up and running for…

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What other schemes support people who acquire a disability?

In addition to the National Disability Insurance Scheme, there are a number of other government-backed programs that support people who acquire a disability in an…

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Cautiously Optimistic – Federal Budget commits to funding National Disability Insurance Scheme now and always

“Finally, every dollar and every cent committed to delivering the National Disability Insurance Scheme remains in place and always will,” said the Treasurer of Australia…

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NDIS – Helping people with disability

You may have heard people talking about the NDIS, the National Disability Insurance Scheme. CareAbout has already started helping people with disability and their families…

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