DHS Disability Services is undergoing a transition to align with the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS). This includes re-shaping many of our systems, processes and practices.
We are working in consultation with clients, their families and decision-makers, staff and the disability sector.
DHS is a registered NDIS provider, delivering:
- home and living supports (supported independent living)
- specialist support coordination
- specialist behaviour support
- community participation
- community nursing
- assistive technology and equipment.
We can also support NDIS participants with access to other nursing supports and allied health professionals, such as occupational therapists, speech pathologists, psychologists and dieticians.
NDIS Schedule of Rates
DHS Disability Services is a registered NDIS provider supporting people funded through different programs including the NDIS, Disability Support for Older Australians (DSOA), My Aged Care and the Lifetime Support Scheme (LSS).
As a registered NDIS provider our prices are in line with the NDIS Schedule of Rates.
Temporary Transition Payment (TTP) notice
A number of the services we deliver include a TTP, which is a rate that acknowledges costs for newly registered NDIS providers is higher as they adapt to delivering services under the NDIS. The TTP rate is listed for relevant items, in the Schedule of Rates.
Get in touch with us today to learn more about our services and how we can help you lead your best life.