How to claim NDIS resources from Sister Sensory
Our Provider Registration Number is 4050021710 and we are approved for the following supports in all states except NT.
- Assistive Products Personal Care/Safety
- Assistive Products for Household Task
- Assistive Equipment for recreation – all other equipment
- Comms and Info Equipment
- Hearing Equipment
- Personal Mobility Equipment
Please follow the steps below to use your allocated funding to purchase products from Sister Sensory:
- Download and complete our NDIS Service Agreement Form.
- Print out your Shopping Cart, or write a detailed email of what you would like to purchase from Sister Sensory
- Email your Service Agreement Form back to us with the products that you wish to purchase.
Email to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Sister Sensory will process the application within 24 hours.
What is NDIS?
The National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) is the new way of providing support for Australians with disability, their families and carers.
The NDIS will provide about 460,000 Australians under the age of 65 with a permanent and significant disability with the reasonable and necessary supports they need to live an ordinary life.
As an insurance scheme, the NDIS takes a lifetime approach, investing in people with disability early to improve their outcomes later in life.
The NDIS gives all Australians peace of mind that if their child or loved one is born with or acquires a permanent and significant disability they will get the support they need.
The NDIS supports people with disability to build skills and capability so they can participate in the community and employment.
Access mainstream services and supports
These are the services available for all Australians from people like doctors or teachers through the health and education systems. It also covers areas like public housing and the justice and aged care systems.
Access community services and supports
These are activities and services available to everyone in a community, such as sports clubs, community groups, libraries or charities.
Maintain informal support arrangements
This is help people get from their family and friends. It is support people don’t pay for and is generally part of most people’s lives.
Receive reasonable and necessary funded supports
The NDIS can pay for supports that are reasonable and necessary. This means they are related to a person’s disability and are required for them to live an ordinary life and achieve their goals.
Assistance from the NDIS is not means tested and has no impact on income support such as the Disability Support Pension and Carers Allowance.
The NDIS began in a number of trial sites around Australia from July 2013.
From 1 July 2016, the NDIS will be introduced in stages around Australia over three years to ensure it is successful and sustainable.
People will enter the NDIS differently. In some states and territories, the NDIS will be rolled out by area while in others people will enter by age groups.
Visit your state and territory page to find out when the NDIS is coming to your area.
- Australian Capital Territory
- New South Wales
- Northern Territory
- South Australia
- Western Australia
For more information on the NDIS, please visit this website.