What is the NDIS?

The National Disability Insurance Scheme, also known as NDIS, is run by the National Disability Insurance Agency, also known as the NDIA.

The NDIS can help fund reasonable and necessary supports and services for individuals with a disability or developmental delay.

NDIS Pathways

NDIS support options differ for children aged birth to 9 years and children aged 9 years and older. Each NDIS pathway aims to give children quick access to the support they need.

Early Childhood Intervention Supports

  • For children from birth to 9 years

The NDIS early childhood approach provides children younger than 9 years of age with access to early intervention support options, tailored to their individual needs and circumstances, when you have concerns about your child’s development, or if your child has a disability or developmental delay.

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Find out if your child is eligible to access NDIS

NDIS Therapy Supports

  • For children from 9 years

The NDIS provides support options for children aged 9 years and older when they have been diagnosed with or have a permanent or likely permanent and significant disability.

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Find out if your child is eligible to access NDIS

KU’s NDIS Services

KU is a registered provider of early childhood supports under the NDIS.

At KU you will find a variety of programs and therapy options to support your child and families’ individual needs.

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Getting started with NDIS

We are here to help.

We will do our best to help answer any questions you may have and put you in contact with your local NDIS Early Childhood partner or your Local Area Coordinator (LAC) partner as needed.

If you have any questions, please contact us.