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Disability access and inclusion

Community Care with National Disability Insurance Scheme

National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS)


City of Parramatta is a registered National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) provider able to offer a range of services for people that have an NDIS package; Support Coordination, individual or group support, assistance to access community, assistance to access social and recreational activities, accompanied shopping, meals, and skill-building.

At the City of Parramatta Community Care, we believe that everyone has the right to the good things in life - but what does that mean to you?

It is different for every individual, but at the heart of it all are three words - independence, choice and respect. This is why we partner with you to design a plan that you are passionate about.  We believe everyone at all phases of life can learn and grow and achieve a new potential.  If we do not currently provide something, let's see if we can.

We listen to you. We co-design support with you. No one needs to feel alone - we are here.

Please call 9806 5121 and talk to us about how we can best support you to fulfil your plan or fill out the form below to send us an email and we will get back to you.

National Disability Insurance Scheme

The National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) provides support for Australians under the age of 65 who live with disability that is likely to be permanent and significant with the supports they need to live an ordinary life. If you’re eligible to participate in the scheme, the NDIS will develop a plan with you to help you access the support you need. City of Parramatta is a registered provider for NDIS. We can work with you to manage your package and provide support.

 Your plan will be reviewed over time so you’ll get the right support for as long as you need it and may include:

  • informal support: the care and help you get from your family and friends
  • community support: the activities and services you get from people or groups in your local community
  • mainstream support: the support and services you get from your doctor or school
  • reasonable and necessary funded supports: the supports and services the NDIS can fund. These are things related to your disability that you need to live your life and increase your options such as getting a job or doing more activities in the community.

For more information on your eligibility visit the NDIS website.

Click here to view the Easy English Version NDIS Factsheet.

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