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NDIS Funded Services

Hunter and NDIS Funded Services

In the Hunter region, we provide support to:

  • People with an NDIS funding package
  • People who are not yet in one of the areas eligible to access NDIS funding, but who are able to access other funded disability support services
  • People who are interested in purchasing our services on a fee for service basis

If you are unsure whether you should be accessing an NDIS funding package or other funded disability support services, please contact us at HunterNDIS@dsa.org.au or 1300 372 121 and we can assist you to access the right source of funding.

DSA is a registered provider with the NDIS, and is registered to provide the following supports:

  • Accommodation/Tenancy assistance
  • Assistance in coordinating or managing life stages, transitions and supports
  • Assistance to access and maintain employment
  • Assistance to integrate into school or other educational program
  • Assistance with daily life tasks in a group or shared living arrangement
  • Assistance with daily personal activities
  • Behaviour support
  • Therapeutic supports
  • Development of daily living and life skills
  • Early intervention supports for early childhood
  • Management of funding for supports in a participant's plan
  • Participation in community, social and civic activities
  • Specialised assessment of skills, abilities and needs
  • Training for independence in travel and transport

Please contact our Hunter team on 1300 372 121 to help design your DSA support plan.

Early Childhood Intervention programs in the Hunter

DSA’s early intervention services are operated by the Hunter Specialist Intervention Services Team including registered psychologists and speech pathologists

The trans-disciplinary early intervention is a program of support with a range of early childhood professionals working collaboratively, and sharing responsibilities for evaluating, planning and implementing supports to improve capacity of children and their families.

DSA uses a key worker approach to the provision of early childhood intervention services. This means one professional is chosen as the primary service provider for the family, and acts as the conduit for the expertise of the team. The full team remains involved, and the primary provider reports back to the team constantly.

All our services are individually designed and tailored to the individual family needs. Where possible, they are delivered on an outreach basis in the family home, pre-school and in community and natural settings.

The trans-disciplinary approach can include any combination of:

  • Child Psychology and Speech Pathology Assessment
  • Positive Behaviour Support
  • Psychology and Speech Pathology Therapy (individual and group)
  • Applied Behaviour Analysis
  • Autism/Disability Education
  • Alternative and augmentative communication / social stories
  • Home based or outreach skills development programs (social, toileting, communication, PECS)
  • Transition to school/preschool programs
  • Behaviour, communication and sensory needs assessment
  • Case management and coordination
  • Triple P Parenting program

Is your child eligible for Early Childhood intervention services under the NDIS but unsure of the process and would like some more information? If you would like to access our Early Childhood Intervention services, then we can assist you by providing you with up to date information to help you prepare for your planning meeting with the NDIS.

Please further information contact our Hunter team on 1300 372 121.

 
Last Modified: 20/06/2016 11:23 AM