Did you know psychology is included in the NDIS services?
NDIS psychology provides assistance to many individuals with disabilities including improving social skills, environmental strategies, communication techniques, and skills training
A psychologist can not only work directly with a client but also with their family, carers, and support team to provide as much support as possible to allow the client to reach their potential.
What can psychology help with?
NDSI Psychology often helps individuals with disabilities and may be used to improve several skills including but not limited to;
- Social skills
- Learning, thinking and problem-solving
- Play skills (for paediatric clients)
- Emotional literacy and regulation skills
- Behavioral challenges
- Skills for independence
- General Wellbeing
- Relationship building skills
- Environmental strategies
- Communication techniques
Is Psychology covered by NDIS?
NDIS provides funding and support for individuals diagnosed with Psychological disabilities however you are also eligible to use funding under the ‘improved daily living’ and or ‘improved relationships’ to access psychology services.
Concentric Rehabilitation Centre provides Psychology services to NDIS, private and public healthcare clients. Be sure to check out what other services may be available to you at www.concentricrehab.com.au and we’d love to here from you if you have any questions or what to know more.