The rollout of the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) across Australia will change the disability interface with existing sectors, including health.
- National Disability Insurance Agency – Cultural and Linguistic Diversity Strategy 2018
- Cultural and Linguistic Diversity Strategy 2018 – Easy English version
NDIS Guides for Physicians and Paediatricians
RACP’s NDIS Guides – For physicians, paediatricians and other health professionals to access practical information that can help them navigate the scheme, and support their patients.
GENERAL PRACTICE TOOLKIT: Understanding your role in the NDIS – Developed by Queenslanders with Disability Network (QDN) on behalf of Brisbane North PHN and North Brisbane Partners in Recovery.
A GPs Guide to the NDIS – Developed by NDIS
A GP & Allied Health Professionals Guide to the NDIS – Developed by NDIS
Accessing interpreting or translation services for NDIS participants – Factsheet developed by AMPARO
Supporting Access to the National Disability Insurance Scheme for New Participants
Download the flow chart developed by the Central & Eastern Sydney Primary Health Network
Services in Queensland
AMPARO Advocacy speaks, acts and writes on behalf of vulnerable people from a non-English speaking background with disability to defend, protect and promote their rights and interests so their fundamental needs are met. Amparo also offer translated fact sheets for patients
When an NDIS plan is approved ..
A Local Area Coordinator (LAC) will help to put the plan into action.
Toowoomba, Ipswich and Rockhampton – offices
Translated Resources – Disability
Amparo Advocacy have developed factsheets about the National Disability Insurance Scheme, translated into 33 languages
Victoria Refugee Health Network – Service responses for people with disabilities from refugee backgrounds in northern Melbourne