JewishCare are experts in applying for and supporting our community with their NDIS needs. We will work with you to ensure you receive the funding your entitled to and the support you need.

We’re here to help

We understand the application process can be daunting. If you need help completing and submitting the Access Request Form or collecting evidence to support your application, we are here to advise and assist with the process. Simply contact us and ask for assistance with applying for NDIS funding.

You may also find these websites useful:

Each Local Health District (LHD) and Speciality Health Network (SHN) also has a NDIS Transition Lead and a NDIS Mental Health Champion, who can also help with  providing information.

JewishCare is a registered NDIS provider

JewishCare is an NDIS registered provider which means that we meet the NDIS Practice Standards and adhere to the NDIS Code of Conduct. We can work with participants regardless of how their funds are managed including those with NDIS-managed, plan-managed and self-managed plans.

JewishCare is registered to provide the following:

  • Support Connection and Support Coordination – including Specialist Support Coordination – support to understand, coordinate and implement your NDIS plan.
  • Psychosocial Recovery Coaching – mental health specific and recovery-oriented support to assist you with navigating the NDIS.
  • Core Supports – day-to-day support to assist you with working towards your goals including assistance with social and community participation, and assistance with daily life.
  • Group and Centre based activities.
  • Assistance with travel and travel arrangements.
  • Specialist supported employment.
  • Finding and keeping a job.
  • Accommodation assistance.


What is NDIS?

The NDIS is a system of providing support to people with a disability, their families and carers. Launched in 2013 by the Australian Federal Government, the NDIS uses an insurance approach similar to Medicare, meaning the costs for disability care are shared amongst the wide community.

Essentially, the NDIS has been designed to give people with a disability greater choice and control over the support they receive – providing eligible individuals with funding based on their personal needs and lifelong goals and aspirations.

What is psychosocial disability?

Psychosocial disability is a term used to describe disabilities that may arise from mental health issues.

Not everyone who has a mental health condition will have a psychosocial disability, but for people who do, it can be severe, longstanding and impact their recovery. People with a disability as a result of their mental health condition may qualify for the NDIS.

Our charges

JewishCare charges in accordance with the NDIS Price Guide including Temporary Transformation Payment (TTP) for applicable services. The NDIS Price Guide is frequently updated up to several times per year. We charge the Price Guide rate for all services. For the most up to date pricing arrangements – click here.

Information for carers

JewishCare provides a variety of culturally specific support for family and friends of people living with mental ill-health in the community, such as:

  • Social work support.
  • Counselling.
  • Case Work.
  • Advocacy.
  • Third party referrals.
  • Support groups.
  • NDIS respite.
  • Telehealth.
  • Educational programs.

Contact us for information.

Further resources

We recommend the following organisations for quality resources and positive experiences:

Carers Gateway –

Mental Health Carers Australia –

Mental Health Carers NSW –

Family and Carers Mental Health Program –

For a comprehensive overview of ALL services available, we highly recommend the supports and forums on the Head to Health website –