The introduction of the NDIS is strongly positive. It makes it possible for you to choose service providers and take control over decisions that affect how you live your life. The NDIS is based on the development of a personalised plan that outlines the supports and services you require to meet your goals and live an inclusive life. Services and supports, funded through the NDIS, can include assistance with activities such as household tasks, personal care, sustaining informal supports, recreation, physiotherapy, accommodation and more.
How to access the NDIS
To become a participant in the NDIS you must first contact the NDIA to discuss your eligibility.
Pre-planning and your planning conversation
To determine your individual support requirements you will have a ‘planning conversation’ or ‘planning meeting’ with an NDIA planner. This meeting can be held at your home, local NDIA office or another venue of your choice. During this meeting the planner will discuss your goals and supports and services you may need. The information you provide during this meeting will be used to develop your personal plan, so it is important that you are well pre-prepared.
Implementing your plan
As a registered NDIS provider, MS Queensland can help you understand and implement your plan. Our services are available to people with MS and other progressive neurological diseases (PND) such as epilepsy, Huntington’s disease, motor neurone disease, muscular dystrophy, Parkinson’s disease and more.
Get help with your NDIS
Contact our NeuroAssist Team
Here to answer your NDIS questions and provide assistance and support
Attend an NDIS information session
Learn about the NDIS and how to apply at one of our free information sessions.
Find a workshop
Access our NDIS Pre-planning service
Providing practical advice and support to help you prepare for your NDIS planning meeting.
Find out about NDIS Support Coordination
Learn about service coordination options to help you get the most from your NDIS plan.