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New NDIS Price Guide released – effective 1 October 2019

What’s new? The NDIA has released an updated NDIS Price Guide and Support Catalogue, which includes more than 90 disability-related health supports that will now be funded…

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NDIS: what can you expect after a Morrison re-election?

Scott Morrison’s “miracle” re-election was a bit of a surprise to most! So, what does it mean for the NDIS? The Liberal National Party Coalition’s…

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Was the recent Budget good or bad for the NDIS?

The Federal Budget announcement at the beginning of the month brought with it mixed feelings amongst the NDIS community. While many in the sector have…

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Top 3 take-away’s from the latest NDIS report

The National Disability Insurance Agency has recently released more information about how the NDIS is working (or not working!). Buried in the detail are some very important items that NDIS participants and families should keep in mind when using their NDIS plans each year.

2019 NDIS – is this your year?

Well it’s a new year, with a whole set of new opportunities waiting for us all. If you have been thinking about what may be possible this year, or are still deciding, CareAbout is here to help you step confidently into 2019.

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The People’s Guide to Home Care
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NDIS holiday season

With the holiday season upon us, we take a look at holiday options and the NDIS.

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NDIS off to a flying start for CareAbout

CareAbout has now officially launched our NDIS offering, including our updated website, and team of NDIS experts now in place and talking to you about…

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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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