If you are a participant of the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS), you know how important it is to have a good report from your allied health professional. But what makes a good report? And how can you get one?
At United for Care, we have the expertise and experience to help you get the best access to the NDIS as possible. We provide free NDIS access and support to our participants, and we ensure that our allied health professionals write high-quality reports that meet the NDIS standards and expectations.
What does a good report look like?
A good report is not just about your diagnosis or history. It is about your functional capacity, your goals, and the supports you need to achieve them. It is also about the risks you face if those supports are not provided.
A good report should:
- Focus on what you cannot do because of your disability, not what you can do. The NDIS provides support for people based on evidence of their functional limitations, not their abilities.
- Provide detailed and factual information on the supports you need, such as equipment, care workers, therapy, etc. The report should explain how these supports will help you achieve your goals and participate in your community.
- Highlight the risks to your health, safety, and well-being if those supports are not provided. The report should show how your quality of life will be affected without adequate support from the NDIS.
How can United for Care help you?
At United for Care, we understand the NDIS and how it works. We are here to help you gain appropriate support from the NDIS that matches your needs and goals.
We have a team of qualified and experienced allied health professionals who can provide you with the best quality reports. We also have a peer review process that ensures that every report is checked and verified before submission to the NDIS.
We are here to support you and empower you to live your best life. Contact us today and find out how we can help you with your NDIS journey.