The NDIS (National Disability Insurance Scheme) is a nationally funded program enabling those with a disability to acquire their own services and supports in order to meet their personal requirements and goals.
NDIS funding is not means tested so does not affect your support or disability pensions.
Aspire Allied Health are a registered NDIS provider across northern NSW and South-East Queensland and have an experienced specialty team providing services and expertise who are committed to your improved wellbeing and lifestyle.
We are able to provide a full range of daily living supports and assistive technology.
- We work with NDIS patients/carers/family directly and collaborate alongside the NDIS to help you achieve your goals.
- Our therapists are mobile and come to your required location for the most convenient practical outcome for you.
- We offer a fully coordinated range of therapy services within Aspire Allied Health.
- Our friendly & highly qualified therapists can help and show you how to prepare & navigate your NDIS application and ongoing plans.
- The NDIS helps you have control over your choices and your therapists at Aspire Allied Health are here to help you with all steps by listening, examining and understanding your situation to ensure the best success.
- We provide you with prompt customer service and aim to make your life as easy as possible with regular effective communication.
- Therapists at Aspire Allied health can provide you with the best care and support throughout your journey to improved health, wellbeing and environment.
Children with Autistic Spectrum Disorders (including Asperger’s Syndrome and Pervasive Developmental Delay) under 13 years of age, for the purposes of assisting with diagnosis. Intervention: Children with a pervasive developmental disorder (including ASD) aged under 15 years.
What do you receive?
Up to 4 assessment sessions, shared between a range of health professionals as discussed with your child’s pediatrician. Intervention: A maximum of 20 sessions in total until 15 years of age, across all services. These may be used for individual sessions only.
Occupational therapy assessment: 82010
Occupational therapy sessions: 82025
Children with Cerebral Palsy, Down Syndrome, Fragile X, hearing impairment or visual impairment will be eligible.
What do you receive?
Children may access services from Allied Health professionals including psychologists, speech pathologists, occupational therapists, physiotherapists, audiologists, optometrists and orthoptists.
Hearing impairment: Children with hearing loss of 40 decibels or greater in the better ear, across 4 frequencies (including children with permanent conductive hearing loss and auditory neuropathy)
Sight impairment: Children who have vision of less than or equal to 6/18 or equivalent field loss, in the better eye with correction.
Deaf/Blind: Child diagnosed by a specialist multidisciplinary team which includes an ophthalmological and audiological evaluation (therefore application of a threshold is not necessary).
Down Syndrome: All children with a confirmed diagnosis of Down Syndrome, including those with mosaic Down Syndrome.
Fragile X Syndrome: All children with a confirmed diagnosis of Fragile X syndrome with full mutation.
Cerebral Palsy: All children with a confirmed diagnosis of Cerebral Palsy.
Hyperkinetic (attention deficit) disorder
Enuresis/encopresis (toileting difficulties)
What do you receive?
A person can have a maximum of 12 therapy sessions per calendar year for the provision of focused psychological strategies. We provide focused psychological strategies including:
Education for parents and the children/adolescents
Behavioural intervention and modification
Problem solving skills training
Occupational Therapy: 80125 20-50 mins
80135 50 mins+
Your child may be eligible to receive a Medicare rebate when they access services through Aspire Allied Health. Please review these commonly asked questions:
Do I need a referral from my GP/paediatrician to use the Medicare rebates?
Yes, you do. We cannot process your claim without one.
Can I claim the gap on my private health fund?
No, you cannot. You need to choose whether you will claim through Medicare or private health funds. You can use your Medicare sessions and then use private health funds for remaining sessions.
Do you communicate with the referring GP?
Yes, at the first and final sessions, your therapist must report back to the GP.
Can you process our Medicare payment in the clinic?
Yes, we can. This enables you to pay the gap only.
- Are there any out of pocket expenses
Expenses not covered by Medicare must be paid for by the family. Any out of pocket costs will count toward the Medicare safety net for that family. Gaps cannot be claimed through your private health fund.
Please cancel or reschedule appointments that you are unable to attend by 8.30am on the day of the appointment (or at least 45 minutes before for appointments prior to 8.30am). Aspire Allied Health requires a 90%of the fee as the cancellation fee for all appointments that are cancelled/rescheduled, with no adequate notice. We understand that extenuating circumstances occur and try to be as flexible as possible, however we appreciate your consideration and communication.
It is our goal to accommodate the needs of our clients professionally and economically, to ensure that your needs are met, please be aware of funding and payment options that are available to you. Occupational therapists at Aspire Allied Health will assist families with completing funding applications as requested.
Ask us a Question
Ask a question regarding funding, NDIS, payments and your appointments. One of the team will get back to you ASAP