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Preparing for your first NDIS meeting

Preparing for your NDIS Planning meeting

Once you have been approved as an eligible NDIS Participant, you will be notified by the NDIA. You will then need to have a planning meeting within 3 to 6 weeks of being notified of your acceptance. The planning meeting will determine the services and assistance you receive for at least the next 12 months, so it is important that you prepare for the meeting properly.
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How to maximise your NDIS funding?

Managing your NDIS funding efficiently is an important step in ensuring your goals are met. This article is for anyone who wants to be better positioned to get the full benefit from the NDIS. 
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10 Tips for your NDIS Review Meeting

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Starting your NDIS Plan

Putting your NDIS plan into action – FAQs So you’ve had your planning meeting and have now received notification that your NDIS plan has been…

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7 ways CareAbout can help you with your NDIS Plan

1. We offer impartial advice that takes into account your personal circumstances CareAbout’s NDIS experts do not provide generic advice to those who call. We…

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NDIS – different types of disability

What types of disabilities are supported by the NDIS? At CareAbout, we like to think of people as being differently abled. What is right for…

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Example of an NDIS Plan

What does a NDIS plan look like? Every NDIS plan varies according to the individual but will be based on your own preferences and needs….

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NDIS eligibility and how to get started

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What is the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS)?

The National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) is a new way of assisting people with a disability to get support they need, achieve their human rights,…

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