At Cheltenham Family Chiropractic we see people who use the NDIS to see a chiropractor for a range of musculo-skeletal complaints and conditions that may be impacting their mobility and quality of life. Here you will find information about the NDIS, Chiropractic and the process which we suggest to follow in order to gain funding through NDIS for Chiropractic services. We have assisted a great deal of patients through the common challenges of the NDIS process; providing advice and assistance so that they can use their funding for chiropractic services, treatment and management.
Can I see a Chiropractor under NDIS?
1. Plan Managed – ✅
2. Self Managed – ✅
3. NDIA Managed ❌
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Self-managing your NDIS funding gives you control, independence and flexibility in arranging and paying for your supports.
If you self-manage your NDIS funding you will have:
A plan manager can help you:
You can find and connect with a plan manager through:
NDIS stands for the National Disability Insurance Scheme. This is being utilised across all of Australia’s states and territories and funded by the government. It is a scheme that supports those with disabilities to allow these individuals access to the care they need with peace of mind. Disabilities that may be eligible for this scheme include those with permanent or significant physical, sensory, psychosocial, intellectual and cognitive disabilities. NDIS fund approximately $22 billion per year to 500,000 Australian’s to help improve the person’s quality of life.
There are many supports that can be funded by the NDIS such as health, housing, education, sporting clubs and libraries.These include transport to and from daily personal activities, assistance with your work environment, behaviour support household assistance, home modifications, equipment and vehicle modifications.
Health professionals which are covered by NDIS include Chiropractors, Audiologists, Occupational Therapists, Podiatrists, Optometrists, Speech Pathologists and many more.
You may be eligible to receive such support if you:
If you think you meet these requirements, you can apply for access and usually you remain eligible for life.
Once an application has been approved, funding is provided to either the individual or the guardian who can choose which area/s this funding should be dedicated to. There are 3 ways to manage an NDIS plan. These include plan managers, self managed or NDIA managed.