September 02, 2020

How does NDIS work?

NDIS is a relatively new scheme, so you will be forgiven for asking what does NDIS stand for? It stands for the National Disability Insurance Scheme, which was legislated by the Australian Government in 2013 but only went into full operation in 2016.

Now the scheme has had time to settle in, we at Hear For Less, an NDIS provider, are on hand to tell you some more about it and what benefits we offer if you qualify for this scheme.

NDIS was introduced as a way of giving Australian citizens that have a disability a way of being able to access the same healthcare assistance as all other Australians. This allows for all Australians to be on a level par with each other whether they have a disability or not, compensating for the additional costs that occur when providing care for someone with a disability.

Healthcare is arguably the most crucial aspect of human life, ensuring that the body is in its best possible condition. This often becomes a huge part of a disabled person’s life, with certain permanent adjustments having to be made to ensure they have a better quality of life on a day to day basis. This scheme allows this to be the case, so an easier life is more attainable than ever, regardless of whether you have a disability or not. It was created to ensure a fairer life for all.

How much does NDIS pay?

This value can range depending on several factor, which vary around the level of support the individual receives on a day to day basis.

Whichever level of support you are given by the NDIS, we can assure you that at Hear For Less we have a range of NDIS hearing aids and products that can give you the solution you’re looking for. Whether you are self-managed, plan managed, or agency managed, we can be of assistance. To learn more about NDIS be sure to visit our NDIS provider dedicated page.

How Hear For Less can help NDIS participants

Here at Hear For Less, we understand that if you are an NDISparticipant, you are in need of a little extra help to achieve a level of hearing that helps you live your life in a convenient way. As a result, we have truly backed this government scheme and are happy to announce that we have a number of benefits that we offer to ensure you receive the equipment you need.

We have saw great customer satisfaction with our help towards people benefitting from the NDIS schemeso far, and we will continue to provide you with the aid you need to find the perfect products for your specific needs.

As part of your NDIS plan, we will gladly assist you on what hearing aid accessories you may need to support your client. You can benefit from great products as part of your plan. These include:

Seniors mobile phones –our mobile phones for seniors are perfect for people who require an easy to navigate interface and require hearing assistance. Our mobile phones are perfect for younger people as well as seniors.

Alerts and doorbells –we provide many of these hard of hearing alerts and doorbells to NDIS participants. This allows them to know when an alert has taken place even if they cannot hear it.

Hearing devices and accessories –Hear For Less give you benefits of the best hearing accessories on the market, for any extras to improve your level of hearing.

Amplified home phones– our amplified home phones are immensely popular, giving people the same experience with a standard house phone but with a more calibrated speaker.

Contact us

Do you have any questions about what has been discussed in this blog? If so, feel free to contact Hear For Less, one of the best NDIS providers in Australia. We can tell you more about the NDIS scheme and how you can benefit. We can show you some of the very best NDIS hearing aids amongst more of our products, so you are getting the most out of the scheme.

Simply give us a call on +61 3 9088 0282 or email us at customerservice@hearforless.com.au. You can also fill out our online enquiry form for a swift and informed response.


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