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What is the NDIS?

The National Disability Insurance Scheme will help South Australians with permanent disability get the support they want so they can live the life they choose.

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Nobody knows my disability like me

Find out when you can access the NDIS:

The NDIS is being rolled out progressively in South Australia over a three-year period between 2016 and 2018.

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I am a person with disability, family member or carer.

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Find out when the NDIS is coming to you and how to get ready.

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I am a disability service provider.

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Find out about registering for the NDIS and how to make the transition.

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I am interested in working in the disability sector.

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Find out about career pathways and training opportunities.

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NDIS in South Australia

The NDIS is being introduced in stages because it is a big change.
It is important to get it right and make it sustainable.

Upcoming events

Wed – 25Oct

Far North Expo

Location: Coober Pedy

People with Disability Family & Carers Job seekers

This free community information expo is being held for people with disability, family and carers, and people interested in working in the disability sector to provide them with the information they need about the upcoming implementation of the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) in the Far North region.

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Wed – 08Nov

Eyre and Western Expo

Location: Ceduna

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Tue – 21Nov

Eyre and Western Expo

Location: Port Lincoln

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Latest news

Community information expos come to Kadina and Port Augusta

Tue 17 October


Our community information expo roadshow visited Kadina and Port Augusta in early October to meet with locals about the transition to the NDIS.

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September community information expos a big success

Wed 27 September


Over 700 people attended State Government expos in September as we visited six different locations in three different NDIS rollout regions.

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StoriesMeet Kye

Kye Eyre Pwd

Help to live more independently

Day options at Cara allow Kye, who has autism spectrum disorder, to learn social skills, money handling and crafts. Like any family, the prospect of Kye growing up and living more independently has been daunting for his parents. He will require special support. Now that Kye is 21, his family is hoping the NDIS will help him live more independently and provide some respite for his family. Kye’s mum Melissa sees the NDIS as an opportunity to see what Kye’s capabilities are.

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