Principles and Objectives

  • Person-Centred Approach Atcore Australia is dedicated to placing NDIS participants at the heart of our services, ensuring that their individual needs and preferences guide every aspect of their care plans.
  • Quality and Innovation We are committed to maintaining the highest standards of service quality, continuously seeking innovative solutions to enhance the lives of those we support under the NDIS.
  • Transparency and Accountability Our organisation operates with utmost transparency, fostering trust and accountability among all stakeholders, including participants, their families, and the broader community.
  • Advocacy and Inclusivity Atcore Australia actively advocates for the rights and inclusion of individuals with disabilities, striving to create a more inclusive society where everyone can thrive.
  • Community Engagement We engage with the local community to build connections, share knowledge, and collaborate on initiatives that promote awareness and support for the NDIS.

What is NDIS?

The National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) is an Australian government initiative designed to provide support and services to individuals living with disabilities. Its primary goal is to empower people with disabilities by offering funding and tailored support to help them lead more independent and fulfilling lives. The NDIS aims to provide access to necessary services, equipment, and therapies, with a strong focus on individual choice and control, ensuring that people with disabilities have greater say in the support they receive. It operates on the principles of inclusivity, equity, and collaboration, aiming to create a more inclusive society for all Australians.

NDIS Eligibility

To avail of the benefits and support of NDIS, there are specific criteria one needs to meet:
  • Age and Residency To be eligible for the NDIS, you must be under the age of 65 at the time of application and be an Australian citizen, a permanent resident, or hold a Protected Special Category Visa.
  • Disability or Permanent Impairment You need to have a significant and permanent disability or impairment that substantially impacts your ability to participate in everyday activities.
  • Location Your eligibility also depends on the location where you reside. The NDIS is gradually rolling out across different regions of Australia, so you must live in an area where the scheme is currently available.
  • Early Intervention Requirements For children under the age of 7, eligibility can be based on early intervention requirements, even if a formal diagnosis has not been established, provided they meet the developmental delay criteria.


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