If you meet the above criteria and would like to become a participant, then you’ll need to call a Local Area Coordinator partner or the NDIS (1800 800 110) and ask to make an Access Request. You will then be prompted to complete and submit the Access Request Form.
If you need help filling in the form or making the call, you can contact your Local Area Coordinator, Early Childhood Early Intervention partner, or your contact your local NDIA office. Visit the contact us page to find an office near you.
If you are the parent of a child under the age of seven with a developmental delay or disability, call an Early Childhood partner in your local government area. Early Childhood partners will then be able to help you access the right support for your child. You don’t need to be an NDIS participant to get support from an Early Childhood partner.
Both the Local Area Coordinators and the Early Childhood partners have been appointed by the National Disability Agency (NDIA) to assist you and your family in finding the most appropriate support as well as offering independent advice on providers of support most suited to your needs.