As a registered provider of the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS), we deliver support services and products to NDIS participants, ensuring they can enjoy an ordinary life.

The National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) is a new way of providing support for people with disabilities, their families and carers.

The program will deliver a lifelong approach to disability support services. The way this works is through the development of a personalised plan, which takes into consideration every persons support needs along with their personal goals.

The new scheme gives people with a disability more choice and control over how their support is being delivered.

As a NDIS provider, we work with NDIS participants, tailoring support services and programs that align with each individuals plan.

With our strong background in the disability space, we are experts in providing a variety of disability support services and programs, ensuring you will have a positive NDIS experience.

Mercy Connect are registered for a number of services under the NDIS. They are:

Accommodation/ Tenancy                      Daily tasks/ Shared living                         Personal Activities – High
Assist Personal Activities                         Development – Life skills                          Plan Management
Assist – Life Stage, Transition                 Group/Centre activities                             Specialised Disability Accommodation (SDA)
Assist – Travel/Transport                         Household tasks                                         Support Coordination
Behaviour Support                                    Participate Community

You can learn more about the NDIS by visiting the website, or by watching this short video.

How do I get the NDIS?

If you already receive services and support through the NSW Government, the National Disability Insurance Agency (NDIA) will have your details and contact you when you need to move over to the NDIS.

For new applicants, you will need to determine your eligibility with the NDIA. You may be eligible for the NDIS if you:

    • Have a permanent or lifelong disability or condition that stops you from doing everyday things yourself.
    • Are aged under 65 years old
    • Are an Australian citizen or permanent resident

To help determine if you are eligible, NDIA have prepared a handy checklist.

A wealth of tools and resources have been created by NDIA to help you with the transition. You can find this, plus more NDIS information by visiting the website.

Once I have an NDIS plan, what can Mercy Connect do for me?

At Mercy Connect, we believe everyone is different. We take a personalised approach to planning and providing the support you need. We take the time to understand your goals and aspirations. Then we do whatever it takes to see you achieve them, one milestone at a time.

We deliver a range of disability support and day programs to help you achieve your goals.

You can find out more about what we can do for you by taking a look at all the services we offer here.

I want to talk to someone about the NDIS. Who can I contact?

You can speak to a team member at Mercy Connect by contacting us at: [email protected]

You can also get in touch directly with the NDIA by calling 1800 800 110 or by visiting the NDIS website.