The National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) is a National Scheme which provides direct support to individuals with a disability. The Scheme provides people with disabilities the care and support they need to live a better life. NDIS participants have an individualised plan that is tailored to their goals and support needs and provides choice and control over the supports they receive.
The ECEI approach supports children with disability and developmental delay and their families /carers. NDIS have engaged Early Childhood Partners to support families to access the most appropriate supports for their child. Early Childhood Partners tailor support to individual children’s needs and depending on the child’s needs may:
If a child receives an NDIS plan, the family will then choose which early childhood intervention provider, e.g. key worker, speech therapist etc. they want to provide supports to their child and how these supports are provided.
For more information about the ECEI Approach and Early Childhood Partners please visit www.ndis.gov.au
The NDIS have engaged Local Area Coordination (LAC) partners to provide information and support to individuals and families regarding the NDIS. Local Area Coordinators support individuals to:
KU is a registered provider of supports under the NDIS.
We provide targeted early childhood intervention services using evidence based approaches to support your child’s individual needs. We can provide this support at a location to suit you, for example:
Contact us at KU.NDIS@ku.com.au to find out more.