NDIS Support

If you live in Australia and are on a self managed NDIS support plan, you can get funding for your stroke recovery counselling session

Do you ever feel overworked, stressed, anxious, physically or mentally exhausted? Life can be difficult after you’ve had a stroke.

Would you like to learn how to feel rejuvenated, happy and overall more excited about life? If you are like many stroke survivors are may be struggling financially, here is how you can get support without being in a financial deficit.

Counselling can help you turn the dark days into brighter ones.

If you have a self-managed NDIS plan, you have more control and responsibility over managing your funds and claiming rebates.

To claim a rebate on a product through a self-managed NDIS plan, follow these steps:

1. Eligibility and reasonable and necessary test: Ensure that the product you wish to claim a rebate for is considered “reasonable and necessary” for your disability needs. Discuss this with your NDIS planner to confirm.

2. Purchase the product: Buy the product you need from a registered NDIS provider or another source, keeping all receipts and documentation related to the purchase.

3. Submit a claim: To claim a rebate, you will need to submit a claim to the NDIS for reimbursement. This typically involves filling out the necessary paperwork and providing receipts or invoices for the purchase. The NDIS will reimburse you for eligible expenses.

4. Keep records: Maintain thorough records of your expenses and transactions related to your self-managed NDIS plan, as you may be audited or required to provide documentation to the NDIS.

5. Review and approval: Your claim will be reviewed by the NDIS, and if it’s deemed eligible, you will receive reimbursement for the approved amount. It’s essential to stay organized and ensure that your expenses align with the goals and objectives outlined in your NDIS plan.