Support for people who are not eligible

There are a number of supports and services provided by government and the community sector for people with disability across Australia.

The NDIA may identify that your supports are best delivered by these other service systems.

This page provides a list of organisations who can help with support, both nationally and in different states and territories.

The Agency's Local Area Coordinators (LACs) and Early Childhood Early Intervention Partners (ECEIs) may also help with linking you to these services.

You can find LAC and ECEI partners in your area. Some other resources are listed below.

The Agency's Information, Linkages and Capacity Building (ILC) program is designed to support people with disability to live more independently and get involved in communities and workplaces. It gives grant funding that communities can use to become more accessible and inclusive. ILC provides you, your family and carers with relevant information, and gives grants to organisations to deliver activities and supports that you can get involved in.

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Australians

Advocacy

Crisis Supports

Culturally and Linguistically Diverse Australians

Education

Employment

Health interface

Housing

Information for parents and carers

Justice

Legal Aid

Mental health

Mental health support for young people

Support for older people with disability

  • My Aged Care (external) - including Continuity of Support Programme, Commonwealth Home Support Programme and Home Care Packages.

Transport