I have had two very friendly LACs, easy to contact, and willing to help me understand the funding and NDIS process. It has helped reduce any nervousness that I have had around the whole process.
Starting your journey
If you are living with a disability or caring for someone living with a disability, our Local Area Coordinators (LACs) are friendly, caring people who can connect you with support and services in your community.
Our LACs are qualified and experienced in working with people with disabilty and their support networks. In many cases, they have lived experience too.
Their aim is to help people aged from 7-65 years achieve their individual goals, big and small.
We do this in partnership with the National Disability Insurance Agency (NDIA).
If you are (or think you might be) eligible to access National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS), we can help you with that too. Find out more about your eligibility.
We have helped thousands of people living with disabilities of all kinds to connect with services, programmes and people in their community. Services are free, so call to find out more.
They’ll then help you make a plan to access the supports
and services you need to help you achieve those goals.
If you are eligible (or think you are eligible) for NDIS funding, they will help you organise that too as part of
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Your LAC will help you with your NDIS journey
They can help you:
Frequently Asked Questions
Baptcare draws on more than 75 years of experience in aged care. We have delivered government-funded Aged Care Home Care packages and services for more than 20 years. We became an NDIS partner in Tasmania in 2013 and in South Australia in 2018. In this time we have helped thousands of people and their families and carers to get quality care and navigate the complexities of both the Aged Care and Disability systems.
Contact a coordinator in your region and they will talk you through any evidence you might need to provide. Find out more about eligibility by contacting us here.
Contact a coordinator in your region and they will help you explore the supports and connections available in your community. Find out more by contacting us here.