We provide NDIS services with professionalism and prestige! Get in touch to learn more:

  • 0403 742 655
  • info@prestigecareaustralia.com.au

Rest assured your loved ones are in safe hands

Prestige Care Australia builds trust through exceptional care and safe environments for your loved ones.

  • Multilingual Staff
  • Safe & Secure
  • Professional

Individualised Living Options (ILO)

Prestige Care Australia offers a variety of secure, comfortable shared homes tailored to your needs.

  • Nutrition and meal preparation
  • Personal care (showering, dressing)
  • Appointments and medication
  • Skill-building, from hobbies to public transport
Edit Content

Understanding the NDIS

The National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) stands as a government-backed initiative with the mission to provide essential support to individuals with disabilities across Australia. Its fundamental goal is to allocate financial resources to disability-related services and aids, all with the purpose of empowering individuals to realize their ambitions, enhance their overall well-being, and bolster their self-sufficiency.

  • The NDIS extends financial assistance to individuals confronting lasting and significant disabilities, granting them the agency to handpick the precise services and support tailored to their distinct requirements.
  • Eligibility for the NDIS centers on the existence of a persistent disability that substantially impacts daily life, with access to the program currently limited to Australians below the age of 65.
  • The allocation of funding is meticulously personalized, taking into account the individualized needs and objectives of each person as they embark on their unique journey within the NDIS framework.
Edit Content

Eligibility checklist

If you are aged between 9 and 65, a local area coordinator can help you to understand the NDIS, apply and connect with other government and community supports.

Age requirements

Question 1: Are you aged between 9 and 65?

Residence requirements

Question 2: Are you an Australian citizen, permanent resident, or Protected Special Category Visa holder?

Disability requirements

Question 4: Do you have a disability caused by a permanent impairment?
Question 5: Do you usually need disability-specific supports to complete daily life activities?

Early intervention requirements

Question 6: Do you need some supports now to reduce your future need for support?

Question 7: Do you need some supports now for your family to build their skills to help you?

How Can a Support Coordinator Help Me Navigate NDIS in Australia?

Am I Eligible for NDIS in Australia?

How to Become a Support Worker in Australia?

Scroll to Top