National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS)

Inner West Paediatrics is a registered provider under the NDIS.

What is the NDIS?

The National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) is a transformative initiative by the Australian government designed to provide support and assistance to eligible individuals living with a disability. This support is designed to promote greater independence, learn new skills and improve quality of life.

At Inner West Paediatrics, we are proud to be a registered NDIS provider, committed to delivering exceptional speech pathology, occupational therapy, and feeding therapy services to children and their families.  As an NDIS provider, we are dedicated to supporting families on their journey towards empowerment, inclusion, and the realisation of each child's unique abilities.

Who is Funded Under the NDIS?

The rules about the types of supports available and access and eligibility requirements under the NDIS are outlined in the National Disability Insurance Scheme Act.

To check whether you or your child are eligible for support under the NDIS, information can be found at the NDIS website.

The therapists at Inner West Paediatrics are continuing to stay informed regarding the changing landscape of the NDIS and have made it a priority to understand the needs of our families, to advocate and support for their entry to the scheme where appropriate.

Can Inner West Paediatrics Support Me Under the NDIS?

Inner West Paediatrics is a registered provider under NDIS and we are able to offer all our therapy services using NDIS funding in the clinic, home and school settings.