The National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) provides support to millions of differently-abled Australian citizens. The scheme has benefited in the betterment of the quality of life, recovery, social participation and independence of people with disabilities. But one criticism that the NDIS has faced since the beginning is the complexities in accessing supports related to mental health disabilities or psychosocial disabilities. Having a mental illness is not the criteria for being eligible for NDIS. Participants must have a disability arising from their mental health condition that significantly impacts their life and is likely to be permanent to qualify for Registered NDIS support
The majority of Australians use mainstream government services to access mental health support. But the support provided by the NDIS is a little bit different as it focuses on the participant’s functional ability and long-term recovery. The supports funded by the NDIS include skill development, capacity building, social skills development, services of professionals to reduce the functional impact of psychosocial disability and the services of psychosocial recovery coaches
The NDIS focus on a recovery-oriented journey for its participants and that’s why the most recent addition to the Psychosocial disability supports were the recovery coaches Recovery coaches will help participants to take more control of their lives and help them to tackle the challenges of everyday life.
Classy Life is an NDIS registered service provider based in New South Wales who gives utmost importance to the specific needs of the individuals. We can assist you through all the nuances of NDIS Psychosocial disability support and help you design your NDIS plan. We are a team of experienced professionals who can help you find optimal solutions for your requirements. Reach out to us today to find out more about the NDIS and mental health disability-related supports