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Ada Support is currently in the process of becoming a registered NDIS approved service provider in Adelaide. We are one of the fastest growing disability service providers in South Australia. We are committed to provide exceptional care and service to people with disabilities

The National Disability Insurance Scheme is a scheme of the Australian Government that funds costs associated with a person’s disability. The scheme was legislated in 2013 and went into full operation in 2020. The National Disability Insurance Agency (NDIA) is an independent statutory agency. Our role is to implement the National Disability Insurance Scheme. You can learn more about the NDIS on the official federal government NDIS website.

At Ada Support, we are passionate about supporting people with disabilities and helping them to live and achieve their goals. Our disability support services include:

  • Household Tasks
  • Assistance with daily personal activities
  • Assistance with travel/transport arrangements
  • Community Nursing care
  • Development of daily living and life skills
  • Community Participation
  • Support Coordination

Our team members are trained in first aid and basic life support and are able to assist you until an ambulance arrives. Our afterhours service can respond to any situation that may occur overnight or on weekends.

Goals describe what you want to achieve, develop or learn. A short-term goal is something that you want to achieve in 12 months and a long-term goal is achievable in a few years. All the supports that the NDIS funds is directly linked to achieving your goals.

You will begin to receive NDIS funding once your NDIS plan is approved.

  • Be an Australian citizen or hold a permanent visa or a Protected Special Category visa
  • Experiencing a permanent disability that significantly affects your ability to take part in everyday activities
  • Must be aged under 65 years or under 50 years for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders at the time you register for an assessment with the NDIA.

You might be eligible for funding by the Aged Care System, instead.

The NDIS participant portal is called myplace. It is a secure website for participants or their nominee to view their NDIS plan, request payments and manage services with providers.

If you are self-managing your NDIS plan then, you can Create and view payment requests. Set up and manage service bookings Upload documents