National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS)

National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS)

The National Disability Insurance Scheme, also known as the NDIS, is run by the National Disability Insurance Agency, also known as the NDIA.

The NDIS is for eligible Australians who were either born with or acquire a permanent and significant disability. A ‘permanent disability’ means a person’s disability is likely to be lifelong.
A ‘significant disability’ means a disability with a large impact on a person’s ability to complete everyday activities.

The NDIS funds reasonable and necessary supports and services that relate to a person’s disability to help them achieve their goals. ‘Reasonable’ means the support is most appropriately funded or provided through the NDIS. And ‘necessary’ means something a person needs that is related to their disability.

At Value Care, our disability services are never one-size-fits-all. You know how to live your best life, and we’re here to help you to do just that. Our focus is always on You. First.

What is NDIS and how is it relevant to you?

NDIS: Quick Overview

Whatever your situation, we’ve got you covered with our NDIS Home and Living Supports!


Live your best life and dare to try a new hobby, play sport, take a class, hang out with friends, and much more!

Help to Apply and Plan

Services for adults with a disability who need a bit of extra support.