If you’re under the age of 65 and currently residing in residential aged care, it’s crucial to be aware that you might qualify for assistance through the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS). This guide provides a comprehensive overview of what the NDIS can offer you and how we can help facilitate your transition out of residential aged care if that’s your desire.

Understanding NDIS Support for Younger Individuals in Residential Aged Care

The NDIS aims to improve the quality of life for individuals with disabilities, regardless of their age. If you’re in the unfortunate situation of being in residential aged care while still under 65, the NDIS can provide essential support tailored to your needs. By accessing NDIS-funded services, you can regain control over your life and work towards your aspirations.

  1. Expanding Horizons: NDIS Funding Opportunities

The NDIS offers a range of supports that cater to your unique requirements, enabling you to live a fulfilling life outside of a residential aged care facility. These services are designed to empower you, promoting independence and enhancing your overall well-being.

  1. Transitioning to a Better Life

Should you wish to leave residential aged care, the NDIS can assist you in making a smooth transition. We understand that your goal might be to regain autonomy and live in an environment that aligns with your preferences. Our resources and support can facilitate your move to more suitable accommodations.

Access the Guideline

To explore in-depth information about the NDIS support available for younger individuals in residential aged care, we invite you to delve into the provided operational guideline. You can access the complete guideline by following the links or downloading the PDF or DOCX version.


The NDIS is committed to providing individuals under 65 who find themselves in residential aged care with opportunities to improve their quality of life. By accessing NDIS-funded services, you can work towards independence, realise your aspirations, and potentially transition to a more suitable living arrangement if desired.

Access the full guideline here: [Link to PDF Version]

Access the full guideline here: [Link to DOCX Version]

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