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Mental Health and the NDIS

Mental Health and the NDIS

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This seems to be a tricky area for many practitoners when trying to transition their clients from deceased funding options to the NDIS. We have gathered some resources to help guide you. Let us know if you have any suggestions or feedback for us about your own experience with the NDIS eligibility and a Psychosocial disability.

Accessing the NDIS

Psychosocial disability is a term used to describe a disability that may arise from a mental health issue. Not everyone who has a mental health issue will have a psychosocial disability but for those that do, it can be severe and longstanding and impact on somebody’s recovery.

People with a disability as a result of their mental health condition may qualify for the NDIS.

Eligibility

Accessing the NDIS

NDIS and Mental Health

What is a Psychosocial Disability?

Completing the Access Process for the NDIS

Mental Health and the NDIS (Every Australian Counts)

Psychosocial Disability, Recovery and the NDIS

Supports the NDIS will fund in relation to Mental Health

We also learnt of this new website called ReImagine,aimed at helping people with Psychosocial disability learn to address NDIS criteria. Here is a Workbook they created to help with eligibility and pre planning. They also have a workbook: ReImagine Workbook

Pre Planning

Mental Health Carer Checklist (assist carers to prepare for the NDIS assessment & planning meetings)

Guide for Mental Health Carers

NDIS Pre Planning Workbook