The amount of funding that the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) provides for autism varies depending on the individual needs and circumstances of each person. The NDIS uses a person-centred approach to determine the level of support and funding required for each participant.
Individuals with autism can access a range of supports and services through the NDIS, including but not limited to, therapies, assistive technology, and personal care. The funding allocated to each participant is based on their individual goals, needs, and aspirations, as outlined in their NDIS plan.
To access NDIS funding for autism, individuals need to meet the eligibility criteria and undergo an assessment process to determine their level of support needs. Once approved, the NDIS plan is developed with the participant and outlines the funding and support they are entitled to.
It’s important to note that the amount of NDIS funding for autism may change over time as the individual’s needs and circumstances change, and the plan can be reviewed and adjusted accordingly.
For more information on NDIS funding for autism, you can contact our ndis plan manager.