For those living in Bundaberg, the rollout of the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) will bring many benefits to the region. The program is being rolled out progressively through the region, creating benefits for local people with disabilities and the community as a whole. Local Member for Bundaberg Community Access Care welcomed the early rollout of the NDIS support.
As a National Disability Insurance Agency (NDIA) Partner in the Community, IWC’s local area coordination team is responsible for helping people access the NDIS. You can contact them to get more information about the NDIS Bundaberg. You can apply an NDIS provider in Bundaberg. This position will be advertised soon. And don’t worry, as the IWC will be announcing new jobs soon!
In addition to providing disability services, the NDIS in Bundaberg region also includes support for Indigenous communities. The Indigenous Women’s Centre, for example, offers medical services, early learning development programs, and alcohol and other drug education. The Indigenous Sport & Recreation program is also delivered by the NDIS in Bundaberg. A local area coordinator, IWC, also holds multiple accreditations, including the Prime Minister’s Closing Gap report.
The National Disability Insurance Scheme in Bundaberg is one of the most significant social reform programs in Australia since the introduction of Medicare in the 1970s. In Queensland, the NDIA is responsible for administering the NDIS support coordination and is progressively implementing the program across the state. Its local partners, such as BUSHkids, offer Early Childhood Approach (ECA) services to eligible families and children. These NDIS providers provide information and financial support to help families cope with the challenges of raising a child with a disability.