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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.

Story Southern Adelaide Mikayla Pwd

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

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I am a disability service provider.

Story Barossa Light And Lower North Holly Jobseeker

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.

Story Northern Adelaide Mark Jobseeker

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

Fri – 12May

Barossa, Light and Lower North Expo

Location: Gawler

People with Disability Family & Carers Job seekers

This free community information expo is open 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 Barossa, Light & Lower North region.

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Latest news

Helping South Australian businesses ahead of the NDIS rollout

Thu 9 March

Media releases

More than 100 South Australian businesses and community organisations that support people with disabilities are being boosted by two new projects designed to strengthen the sector.

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Changes to in-home aged care and some disability services

Wed 8 February

Media releases

​Changes to in-home services for older South Australians living in metropolitan Adelaide will be rolled out in response to Commonwealth changes to aged care and disability funding.

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StoriesMeet Danielle

Story Murray Mallee Danielle Pwd

The ability to get out and about more in the community.

Danielle has cerebral palsy and lives in a Cara share house in Murray Bridge. She is an active member of Cara’s Consumer Reference Council and her interests include tending to her apricot tree and cooking – her speciality being home-made apricot jam. Under the NDIS, she hopes to get a new wheelchair and have the ability to get out and about more in the community.

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