What is the NDIS?

The National Disability Insurance Scheme

  • Is a new way for people with disability to get the support and services that they need through annual individual plans and funding allocations.
  • Aims to provide you with choice, control and independence. Its individual (person by person) approach means that you make decisions about how you want to live your life and the supports or services you might use

The video bellow tells you how it works.

WA Blue Sky is a registered disability service provider and NDIS provider supporting individuals and families living with disability. Contact us to talk about how we can assist you with making your NDIS plan work for you.

Start planning for your future!

We can help you get the most out of your NDIS plan, to understand it, and to design your unique support service to suit your own needs and preferences… and we can help you to put it into action if you wish.

We match support staff to suit your own personal requirements, so that you have the right people connected with you for your satisfaction and for long term working relationships.

Call us on 9472 0550 or use our Contact Form.

The NDIS can be confusing and difficult to follow…the WA Blue Sky team have a range of information and resources designed to help answer some questions you may have about the Scheme, how it will affect you and the types of help that is available to you as you move across to the NDIS. Call us on 9472 0550 or use our Contact Form.

The NDIS run by the National Disability Insurance Agency (NDIA) is being introduced in Western Australia, with different suburb and local areas starting up at different times. NDIS funding will replace other disability services funding that you currently receive.

It hasn’t yet been introduced across the whole of WA. You can see when your suburb is scheduled to start the NDIS process here.

If you are unsure of the funding or support available in your area, our team can answer your questions and link you up with different options. 

People who meet the NDIS access requirements are called participants. A person with a disability that is likely to be permanent and the disability makes it difficult to take part in everyday activities can become a Participant. You can read more about your eligibility and how to connect with the NDIS here.

Participants receive an individual plan and then funded supports and. This video tells you the five steps to take for the first plan to happen.

It’s important to give some thought about the supports you may need before your NDIS Planning Meeting. This booklet helps you get your thoughts in order and be ready for your NDIS planning session with an NDIS Planner.

If you are in the WA NDIS participant you will move across to the nationally delivered NDIS by December 2018. The Western Australian government will contact you directly to let you know the steps you need to take to transfer. See the WA page on the NDIS website. 

The WA Blue Sky team can confidentially discuss your personal circumstances. Call us on 9472 0550 or use our Contact Form.

The prices for all our supports and services are in line with the NDIS Price Guide.

NDIS prices are updated every year to make sure that people with disability in the Scheme receive value for money and that organisations like WA Blue Sky can provide quality services with the right staff. When a new NDIS Price Guide is released, WA Blue Sky service process are adjusted accordingly