What is the NDIS?
The NDIS is the National Disability Insurance Scheme. It changes forever the way support is provided to Australians with a disability.
With the NDIS, you’re able to create your own plan of support and services, based on your situation today and what you would like to achieve tomorrow.
It means you’ll have more control over the things that you want to do. You’re now able to identify the support you need and choose for yourself who you’d like to provide it for you.
The NDIS is administered by a government body known as the National Disability Insurance Agency (NDIA).
Our model at Physio Interactive is a holistic disability management model to assist NDIS participants with their goals through clinical services such as: Physiotherapy, Exercise Physiology, & Plan-Management.
Our staff is warm, and welcoming and is especially focused on communication, care and understanding in the pursuit of your goals. The staff at Physio Interactive is multi-lingual speaking a combination of English, Arabic, Cantonese, Mandarin, Vietnamese, Greek, Turkish, and Dari. We can tailor our communication methods to a mode that suits you. We utilise interpreters, Auslan, and can provide articles to you in multiple languages, easy-english formats, as well as in audio and visual forms, as required.
The National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) was developed to provide long-term care, and our health care professionals share the same goal. As part of our commitment and responsibility to NDIS participants and their families, we have a dedicated Mobile & Community Physiotherapy & Allied Healthcare team to assist any NDIS participant. We provide home and in clinic visits. Whatever is the most comfortable or suitable for you, your family and support network, we will happily oblige to meet their needs.
There are no additional costs to you directly in order to access any of our supports, provided that they have been covered under your NDIS support plan. Our charges match the recommended prices provided by the NDIS and our processes are clear and transparent to ensure you are informed where your funds are going.
Eligibility to engage us through NDIS
You must be registered with the NDIS and have an NDIS registration number.
There should be an NDIS plan in place from the NDIS.
Above the age of 6. Any participant below the age of 18 will need a legal guardian to sign a service agreement.
From a therapeutic standpoint, our Physiotherapists currently treat a wide variety of conditions, including: Myotic Dystrophy, Autism, Cerebral Palsy, Motor Neuron Disease, Chromosomal Disorders, Spinal Disorders Genetic Conditions, Paraplegia and Quadriplegia, etc. If you require a physiotherapist to travel to you, please ring us to discuss this over the phone.
Exercise physiology supports people living with disability and chronic medical conditions to minimise the impact of their disability or illness through exercise and improving their physical fitness. The major benefits of exercise physiology are:
improved ability to move
better pain management
better balance and walking gait
improved general fitness
improved and maintained independence
maximised quality of life
Accredited exercise physiologists (AEPs) can support people living with disability to better manage lifestyle changes as a result of their disability, such as:
What is plan management?
It’s how your NDIS funds can be managed
NDIS participants have a choice about how to manage the funds in their plan. This includes managing the financial transactions and paperwork and making sure you comply with NDIS rules around what is reasonable and necessary.
For information on Plan Management please visit
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