Getting ready for the NDIS if you have Cerebral Palsy.
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Leap in! members often ask how the NDIS can help them specifically. Here are some common questions from members with Cerebral Palsy and parents of children with Cerebral Palsy.
Is Cerebral Palsy covered under the NDIS?
If you or your child have been diagnosed with cerebral palsy, you may be eligible to receive assistance and support services under the NDIS. Your access will be determined by how your condition impacts your/your child’s daily life.
What support might I receive under the NDIS?
NDIS offer a wide range of support services to help you. If you are looking for assistance to manage day-to-day life with cerebral palsy, you may be eligible to receive NDIS support on a range of services from getting help with early intervention, accessing respite care or learning important life skills.
Some examples of NDIS support may include:
- Assistance going to school
- Assistance finding a job
- Behaviour support
- Early Childhood Intervention
- Exercise physiology and physical wellbeing services
- Lifestyle supports
- Therapy support
- Accommodation support services
We can help you navigate the NDIS.
Let us help you with your NDIS pre-planning for your first meeting or plan review to ensure you’re prepared confident and relaxed.