About WA NDIS
The WA National Disability Insurance Scheme (WA NDIS) is the State Government’s model of the NDIS, and is run by the Disability Services Commission. It supports eligible people with disability to create a plan and gain access to appropriate supports and services based on their needs and goals.
Eligible people in the Lower South West, the Cockburn-Kwinana area and in the local government areas of Armadale, Serpentine-Jarrahdale and Murray can take part in the WA NDIS.
For more information about what the WA NDIS offers, see ‘What is the WA NDIS?’.
Can you take part?
To see if you may be able to take part in the WA NDIS, use Am I Eligible? to step through a short assessment.
New areas join the WA NDIS
1 October sees the (WA NDIS) expand into the local government areas of Armadale, Serpentine-Jarrahdale and Murray. An anticipated 1,400 additional people with disability in the three areas will be able to create a plan for their lives which includes the support and services that will work best for them.
A phased roll out of the NDIS in Western Australia is anticipated to commence in July 2017. Details are currently being negotiated by the State and Commonwealth governments with the aim of finalising them later in 2016.