The NDIS and AEIOU
The National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) is the new way of providing financial support for eligible individuals with permanent and significant disability, along with their families and carers.
The scheme has run trial sites in locations including South Australia, which encompasses AEIOU’s Huntfield Heights centre. In 2015, the Commonwealth and Queensland Governments announced an early transition to the NDIS in Queensland from 2016, which includes our Townsville centre. A full roll out across the state will occur by 2019.
AEIOU parent liaison and fees coordinator Katrina Ives is available to assist AEIOU families with information on the NDIS and AEIOU. Please call 1300 273 435 or email email@example.com
Information about how the NDIS affects our AEIOU families is available here:
- Our Program
- Why is early intervention so important?
- Our curriculum
- Open Days
- NDIS for SA families
- NDIS for QLD families
- How can I prepare for the NDIS?
- NDIS Contacts
- NDIS Upcoming Events
- NDIS Latest News
- NDIS Glossary of Terms
- Lynn Wright Memorial Fund
- Other financial support
- Parent Resource Library
- AEIOU Foundation alumni
- Immunisation requirements
- 2017 Key Dates
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