NDIS Access and Information

October 22, 2020
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The National Disability Insurance Scheme is a new way to support Australians with disability, and make sure everyone has the support they need to enjoy an ordinary life.

Carers Queensland is your NDIS Partner in the Community. Our Local Area Coordinators (LACs) are out and about providing information, answering questions and supporting people to access NDIS. We can help you understand the NDIS and how to access the scheme, and guide you through the planning process. We can also help you find support already available in your local community if you’re not eligible for the NDIS.

Come see us to find out more:

Carers Queensland Office

Level 1, Building 20, Garden City Office Park

2404 Logan Road, Eight Mile Plains QLD 4113

Contact Us

To register for this session or discuss how the NDIS could work for you, please contact your NDIS Partner in the Community Carers Queensland on 07 3719 9600 or email PITC.LAC.BRISBANE.SOUTH@ndis.gov.au.

You can also connect with us on Facebook:

https://www.facebook.com/CarersQueenslandNDIS/

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