Interchange and the NDIS
Interchange is an experienced and Registered Provider of “Core Supports” and “Capacity Building Supports” for the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) across the Greater Perth Metropolitan area, spanning from Two Rocks and Yanchep in the North, the Perth Hills in the East, and Mandurah, Peel and Pinjarra in the South. We provide individualised and shared living accommodation (but not Group Homes) and in home support, community access, skill development, transport and much, much more. We have 25+ years’ experience supporting people with physical and mobility support needs and other complex needs through Positive Behaviour Support.
Interchange provides services in the following NDIS categories:
- Assistance with Daily Living
- Transport Support
- Assistance with Social and Community Participation
- Support Coordination
- Improved Living Arrangements
- Increased Social and Community Participation
- School Leaver Employment Supports
- Plan Management
Contact us to discuss your needs or to arrange a no obligation meeting to review your plan and goals.
The NDIS in WA
The following information has been sourced from the NDIS website.
From 1 July 2018, the National Disability Insurance Agency (NDIA) has assumed responsibility for the delivery of the NDIS in WA. The NDIS will continue to roll out on a geographic basis and will be fully rolled out across Western Australia by 2020.
- From 1 July 2018, the nationally-delivered NDIS will begin to be available to new participants in the Wheatbelt and Central South Metro regions.
- From 1 October 2018, the nationally-delivered NDIS will begin to be available in the Goldfields-Esperance, North Metro regions and to new participants in the South West region.
- From 1 July 2019, the nationally-delivered NDIS will begin to be available in the Midwest Gascoyne, Great Southern, Central North Metro and South
- East Metro regions.
- From 1 July 2020, the nationally-delivered NDIS will begin to be available in Christmas Island and the Cocos (Keeling) Islands
- People currently receiving disability services from the Western Australian Government or other Commonwealth programs will transition to the NDIS at different times, depending on where they live the type of support they are receiving.
- The NDIA will contact people currently receiving disability services when it is their time to transition.
- Existing Commonwealth and State based supports will continue until you are covered by the NDIS.
- All people currently receiving disability support from the Western Australian Government will transition to the NDIS by July 2020
- By 2023, all eligible people across Western Australia will be able to join the nationally-delivered Scheme.
Visit NDIS in Western Australia for more information.