NDIS Get Ready:
helping Queensland Community Care service providers to prepare for the NDIS
From 1 July 2017 the YFS Get Ready team will work with Queensland Community Care service providers in Brisbane, Logan, Redlands and the Gold Coast. We will help these organisations support their eligible clients to transition to the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS).
Many Community Care clients will benefit from the NDIS. Community Care providers are in a great position to help their clients understand their eligibility and how to access the NDIS.
If you work in a Queensland Community Care service provider and would like more information, please contact us on:
Phone: 1800 772 383 or 3826 1500
Information for people with a disability and their supporters about the NDIS
From 1 July 2017, the Queensland Government has funded a number of other organisations to undertake this work through the participant readiness initiative. The YFS Get Ready team will no longer offer forums and home visits for potential NDIS participants, to allow us to focus on working with the Queensland Community Care providers to help them get their clients ready for the NDIS.
Here are some ways you can find out more about the NDIS:
- Visit the NDIS website
- Visit the Queensland Government’s NDIS events calendar to find an event near you
- Find Queensland information here
- CRU – the Community Resource Unit – will offer forums and individual conversations about the NDIS in south east Queensland. Their website is here.
- Queenslanders with Disability Network (QDN) is supporting people with an intellectual or cognitive disability to build skills, knowledge and confidence about the NDIS. Check out QDN’s website here.
- MIFQ – Mental Illness Fellowship Queensland – provides information for people living with mental illness. Visit their website here
- AMPARO specialises in helping people from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds to understand and use the NDIS. Find events and translated information at their website here
Synapse and Mamre are both targeting Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities and people. Find out more here