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National Disability Insurance Scheme Information

The National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) is being rolled out by one national agency - the National Disability Insurance Agency (NDIA). The Department of Communities, Child Safety and Disability Services is coordinating the transition to the NDIS with other Queensland Government departments.

Early childhood service providers have an obligation to make reasonable adjustment for children with disability, regardless of their National Disability Insurance Scheme eligibility, under the Disability Discrimination Act 1992.

Current disability support programs

Children receiving an NDIS package are eligible for disability support programs delivered by the department including the:

Long day care and family day care services should seek information about the Australian Government's Inclusion Support Program for children receiving NDIS packages.

Resources and support for NDIS readiness and inclusive practice

Professional development programs for educators working with children with complex additional need are available through the Early Years Connect website.

The department is developing a suite of NDIS resources for early childhood services and educators, including access of external support professionals and other information sheets to support NDIS readiness.

More information

Email questions about DET's NDIS transition to our NDIS mailbox.

For more information on the scheme, visit the NDIS website (includes the NDIS Ready webpage, Bi-lateral agreement, information sheets and resources) or phone the NDIS Hotline on 1800 800 110.

To keep up to date with Queensland's preparations and find NDIS resources and events visit Department of Communities, Child Safety and Disability Services (includes subscription to the NDIS update).

For information on national best practice to support children with disability and/or developmental delay review the:

NDIS Early Childhood Early intervention Approach  (developed by the NDIA); and the
ECIA - National Best Practice Guidelines (developed by Early Childhood Intervention Australia).‚Äč

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Last updated
10 April 2017
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