The NDIS works with suitably experienced and qualified partner organisations to deliver local area coordination and the early childhood approach to Australians with disability, including children with developmental delay. They are the face of the NDIS in the community.
If you are between the ages of 9 and 64 years of age, call the local area coordinator partner in your local government area. They will be your main contact point for the NDIS.
If you have a child younger than 6 with developmental delay or younger than 9 with disability, call the early childhood partner in your local government area.
The early childhood partner will be your main contact point for the NDIS and will help you understand and access the most appropriate supports for your child.
Find your NDIS partner in the community
Use this map to find the partner office providing services in your local government area:
Partner office operations and temporary closures
Some offices are temporarily closed to the public as a precaution during the coronavirus (COVID-19 pandemic). To find out which offices, visit the Partner office operations page.
Metropolitan and regional early childhood partners
In the Australian Capital Territory, the partner delivering the early childhood approach in your state is EACH .
Metropolitan and regional local area coordination partners
In the Australian Capital Territory, the partner delivering local area coordination services in your state is Feros Care .
Interested in working for our partners?
If you are interested in working for a local area coordinator or early childhood partner in the ACT, visit the website recruitment pages:
NDIS participants and disaster management
The following websites can help you prepare and respond to emergencies and disasters:
- ACT Emergency Services Agency
- Fire and Rescue – ACT Emergency Services Agency
- Floods – ACT Emergency Services Agency
ACT statistics as at 31 March 2023
- 10,328 people in the ACT benefiting from the NDIS
- 7,596 people receiving supports for the first time
- 304 initial plans recently approved.