The NDIS may cover physiotherapy services if the need is directly related to your disability. The NDIS funds will cover the treatments if it will assist you in meeting your goals and cover necessary tests, e.g. if the physiotherapy services are necessary for your situation, support your needs, are good value for money, and likely to effective and beneficial for you.
Are you an NDIS self-managed or plan managed participant and you are looking for reliable mobile physiotherapy services at home? We’ve got you covered! We can provide you with the best possible care at the comfort of your own home. Our physiotherapist will assess your needs and in collaboration with you and your family, we will establish therapy goals and provide you with the best possible outcomes. We can also help with NDIS reports and complex equipment prescription.
Whether your goal is to improve mobility, reduce pain, avoid injury or recover from injury, we will help you attain your goals safely and at your own pace.
We will listen to your needs and make sure that we communicate openly about your treatment plan and the necessary time frames for achieving best results.
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According to the government of Australia:
“The NDIS is a new way of providing individualised support for people with disability, their families, and carers. The NDIS will provide all Australians with a permanent and significant disability, aged under 65, with the reasonable and necessary supports they need to live an ordinary life.
Eligible people, known as participants, are given a plan of supports which is developed and tailored to their individual needs. A plan could include informal supports that a person receives through family, friends, mainstream or other community services. If required, the NDIS will also fund reasonable and necessary supports that help participants achieve their goals.
Not all people with disability will become NDIS participants. Only those who meet the access criteria will become a participant and receive an individualised plan. However, the NDIS can provide people with disability, their families and carers support through information, linkages and capacity building by connecting people to the mainstream community.”