Supporting you through the NDIS
A service provider is a person, business or organisation who delivers funded services. Service providers have different areas of experience and expertise, and range from large companies to sole trader.
Providers who are registered with the NDIS are called ‘NDIS registered providers’. They meet strict government quality and safety requirements. If your NDIS funding is NDIA-managed, you can only use NDIS registered providers to deliver your services. Participants who self-manage or have a Plan Manager to manage their NDIS plan, can use NDIS registered providers and non-registered providers.
I am a NDIS registered provider as of Feb 2019. You or your family can contact me to assist if counselling or talking therapy is part of your NDIS Plan. If it's not, speak with your Planner or Support Coordinator about its inclusion.
Counselling sessions can be delivered in-home or a mutually agreed place. The cost for counselling is priced at $152/session but my costs vary, depending on frequency, distance and the person's situation. If your Plan doesn't cover counselling or funds are inadequate for the service, we can still talk about counselling as a valuable support.