The National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) is transforming the way care is provided to people with disability. We have gathered a range of resources to help you find out more about the NDIS and explore how you can be part of the change.
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Information for Providers
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Videos, stories, quotes and cameos that show how the NDIS is helping people with disability, their families and carers, and providers.
Information for your state
Watch the roll out of the NDIS in NSW and Victoria
APA and the NDIS
Advocacy and position statements
Feedback on the National Disability Insurance Scheme Rules Consultation Paper
Feedback on the NDIS Bill 2012 Exposure Draft
APA response to NDIS definition - Eligibility and Reasonable and Necessary Support
Health and wellbeing of children and young people
Physiotherapy for people with disability
Chronic disease and physiotherapy
Provision and access to aids and equipment for people with disabilities
Scope of practice
Member Value Webinar #9 Physiotherapy and the National Disability Insurance Scheme
LinkedIn APA NDIS Physio Information exchange
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General disability resources
Supporting People with Disability : The NSW Service Sector’s Expectations of Entry level Occupational Therapists, Physiotherapists and Speech Pathologists outlines the knowledge and skill requirements of entry level physiotherapists working with people with disability.
The Core Standards set out the recommended knowledge practitioners need to support people with disability. The core standards benefit people with disability and their families and carers by guiding practitioners to maintain standards of good, evidence based and contemporary practice.