Choice and control

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You have choice and control over your NDIS services. It’s a key part of the NDIS.
 
Why is that important? It means you choose who works with you and what services you use.
 
For our mob, this can be particularly important. In fact, it’s why we exist.
 
We want our mob to receive services and supports that are culturally appropriate. We know that improves outcomes and we know that too many of us are still not accessing the NDIS and its supports.
 
Our team wants to change that. We take an individual approach, having a yarn and getting to know you, your needs and what’s important to you. We discuss service and support options, but it’s your choice and you’re in control.
 
It’s your NDIS Plan, but our team can help you put that Plan into action.

Culturally-appropriate NDIS support

We help put your NDIS plan into action
We started AuriHealth because we saw a need for culturally-appropriate support for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people with a disability. The National Disability Insurance Scheme, or NDIS, was a massive overhaul of Australia’s disability funding. It was a change designed to give people more choice and control. But, the changes can be challenging to navigate. Many Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people with a disability are still not accessing the scheme. This means they’re missing out on support. So what do we do? Our AuriHealth team delivers NDIS support coordination and plan management to help put NDIS plans into action. We work with NDIS participants and their supporters. We take time to get to know them and their needs. We work with them to find services and supports that meet their individual needs. We also work to increase people’s own understanding of the NDIS, how it works, and how to ensure it’s supporting their individual goals. If you’ve got an NDIS Plan and you’re not sure of the next step, our AuriHealth team is here to help. Please get in touch. To stay up to date, follow us on Facebook.