Yooralla's top 10 NDIS articles of 2018
DATE: 31 January 2019
It’s a new year, so it’s a great time to reflect on what our NDIS participants were most interested in reading about in 2018.
Yooralla’s most read NDIS article detailed the NDIS’s Early Childhood Early Intervention (ECEI) approach; while articles explaining NDIS acronyms, understanding an NDIS plan, what the NDIS does and doesn’t fund, and what to expect during a plan review also made up Yooralla’s top 10 articles of 2018.
- The NDIS Early Childhood Early Intervention approach explained
What exactly is the NDIS Early Childhood Early Intervention (ECEI) approach and what does it mean for children aged 0-6?
- If your child receives ECIS funding, do you know what to do when the funding stops?
How can your child access the NDIS after their Early Childhood Intervention Services (ECIS) funding stops and how will this change affect their supports?
- Four things to do when you get your child’s NDIS plan
When you receive your child’s NDIS plan, what steps do you need to take before your child can start using their NDIS funding?
- NDIS acronyms explained
There are many different acronyms you may come across, which can make navigating the NDIS very confusing. What do they all mean?
- Understanding the NDIS: what are formal, informal and mainstream supports
The different types of supports that make up your NDIS plan include formal, informal and mainstream supports. What do they mean and how do they apply to you?
- Why use a registered service provider?
What are the advantages in choosing a registered service provider to deliver the funded supports in your NDIS plan?
- Your NDIS plan explained: Assistance with Daily Living
What are Core Supports, and what supports can be funded under Assistance with Daily Living?
- Is your NDIS 12-month plan review coming up? Here’s what to expect
What does a NDIS plan review mean for you, and what do you need to know and prepare to make the most of your next NDIS plan?
- Three things to know about ‘reasonable and necessary’
What does reasonable and necessary mean? Why is reasonable and necessary important in the NDIS? How can you tell if a support will be considered reasonable and necessary?
- NDIS funding- what to expect
What will the NDIS fund? What won’t they fund? What are the common misconceptions people have about funding?
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