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Splash Physiotherapy is able to see NDIS participants whose funds are plan managed or self managed. 

 

We can support NDIS participants whose plans are: 

  • plan managed: where a budget is provided in your NDIS plan for a "financial intermediary" or "plan manager". We invoice the plan manager, they pay us as the provider, and they make claims using the NDIS portal

  • self managed: where the family pay invoices and claim refunds using the NDIS portal

We have chosen not to continue under the new Registered Provider scheme for 2021. 

If your NDIS plan is NDIA managed, and you are very keen to use our services, please contact us to discuss options.

We will continue to:

  • support NDIS participants as we always have, in navigating the scheme, gaining eligibility, providing reports for your planning meetings, and liasing with your NDIS coordinators

  • review changes to policy and procedure of the NDIS. We will have flexibility to adjust our policy and procedures as we will no longer be a registered provider.

  • be active in an advocacy role for a fairer NDIS for participants

Helpful links

 

Joining the NDIS

This link shows the council areas and the relevant NDIS contacts for planners in your area

At this link you can enter your post code to find your local NDIS office (but there is no email address contact)

You will need to ask your ECEI partner / LAC what your "local NDIA office" email contact is eg. vicwest@ndis.gov.au

Short 6 month plans for early chidhood intervention 

Please see the NDIS info regarding these new plans which commenced 12/8/19

They are available for children who have been waiting to access the NDIS, who have been assessed as 'eligible' more than 50 days ago, have not had their initial planning meeting, and are under 7 years of age

This gives families quick access to funding for capacity  building therapy while awaiting their NDIS planning meeting 
 

NDIS updates

We post all updates  on our Facebook page, and will continue to update this page and our blog.

This page shows blog articles we have written regarding the NDIS.