NDIS stands for National disability insurance scheme. It is a support program for people with disabilities to ensure their life will be taken care of. This program supports people with ages under 65, there is another program called My Aged Care that is for the people over the age of 65. In Australia people are funded through NDIS program who are suffering from types of multiple sclerosis and other neurological diseases. There is a whole information process through this program which includes step by step process. Let’s discuss those.
NDIS services interested candidates will go through a detailed step by step services we provide under this program starting from understanding what NDIS actually is and includes, pre planning and briefing the people taking about NDIS, what to do and what not to do, support coordination, physiotherapy assessment, occupational therapy assessment, exercise assessment, continence assessment, short term accommodation, and community participation groups.
NDIS information sessions
A through information sessions are given in the pre planning phase for the people opting for NDIS , and ensured that they will be given help with coping stress and anxiety, decision making . everything you need to know related to payment for the program, what services does NDIS will provide to the people with MS and other neurological problems, there are some handy reading stuff as well for gathering information about the services and group, you can always download it from the website, as well as the application form to apply for the support group
MS connect is a service available to provide information and advice on any query related to NDIS and multiple sclerosis. Call on the MS connect number given on the website any time and you will be briefed about diagnosis, treatment options for your disease, precautionary measures and what program is suitable for you. Keeping in mind few things as the people living with the disease, his/her family members and close friends can contact to MS connect and the availability days and timing are also given on the site. You can always email your problems and fill out an enquiry form available online
Our professional health advisor is available for any type of counselling related to Multiple sclerosis and any other health related advice, this is a free of charge service available through telephone, Skype and one on one face to face counselling. MS nurse advisor is available for diagnosis and treatment of disease while social work advisor is there for any advice related to mental health, wellbeing, family, accommodation, local support and services
Getting proper education and knowledge about current affairs with a disability is not easy. When you are already coping with stress and anxiety about your disease, we make sure our community is well informed and up to date about every current situation and affairs going on through every resource available online, face to face or through telephone. There are MS wellbeing and education webinars arranged on constant bases to provide people with enough information they are required to know.
Advocacy is a term that means speaking up on someone else’s behalf. Almost every individual with multiple sclerosis needs to be heard and want someone to be their voice, to be heard and understood their problems, their difficulties and challenges they are facing with this disease. The advocates will make sure your message is reached to the concerned person and you are provided with everything you are required and boost your confidence through this disease to cope up the challenges with it.
Multiple sclerosis is a scary disease originates through your central nervous system, the rare disease is fatal and interferes with your whole central nervous system consisting of your brain, spinal cord and optic nerves causing some serious symptoms that are not normal and prevents a person from many normal things in life, in this case Australia has many schemes for people going through such disabilities and living a difficult life. NDIS application form is an extremely wonderful initiative to provide support for multiple sclerosis patients.