Sydney Allied is proud to announce that it is a Registered Provider with the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) as of July 2017.
The NDIS aims to support Australians under the age of 65 with permanent and significant disabilities. It seeks to provide the necessary support in order for participants to enjoy an ordinary life, and furthering the ability to achieve their goals, independence and an improved wellbeing.
What does this mean for Sydney Allied as an Official Provider for the NDIS?
NDIS participants require access to healthcare services similarly to everyone else. In certain circumstances, however, participants may require more complex healthcare needs associated with their disability. The NDIS thus funds support networks which aid in the ongoing functional impairments that may result from disability.
Sydney Allied will therefore be responsible for assisting participants with treatment of their health conditions. This will include diagnosis, treatment and rehabilitation of the participant's issues and concerns.