What is the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS)?

The National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) is a government-funded initiative in Australia designed to provide support and assistance to individuals living with disabilities. It aims to empower people with disabilities by giving them greater control and choice over the services and supports they receive. The NDIS provides funding for a range of services including therapy, personal care, assistive technology, and community participation. It also focuses on early intervention and lifelong support, ensuring that individuals have access to the necessary resources and opportunities to maximise their potential. The NDIS operates on the principles of fairness, inclusion, and social participation, working towards creating a more inclusive and supportive society for people with disabilities.

URCARE embodies the values and principles of understanding, respect, and care. It recognizes the importance of fostering meaningful connections and empowering individuals to navigate through life with dignity and support.