National Disability Insurance Scheme

B Hope Care is a registered NDIS provider, committed to providing comprehensive services.

B Hope Care is a registered NDIS provider in NSW, delivering a wide array of personalised assistance and expert services for individuals with disabilities. We’ve devised useful tools and resources to aid you in understanding the recent funding systems and staying informed about the most current updates and details regarding the NDIS.

NDIS Pricing Guide and Support Catalogue

As a reputable service provider within the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS), our primary focus is to empower you to live life according to your own terms. We are fully dedicated to delivering customised support that fosters greater independence and helps you accomplish your personal objectives. Independence takes on various forms for different individuals; for some, it means venturing out, connecting with family and friends, or acquiring new culinary skills, while for others, it may involve becoming a part of a club or even planning a getaway. B Hope Care is delighted to offer a diverse range of services under the NDIS framework.

What is NDIS? 

The NDIS offers financial support to eligible individuals with disabilities, enabling them to spend more quality time with family and friends, enhance their independence, access new skills, pursue employment or volunteer opportunities within their community, and ultimately improve their overall quality of life.

Furthermore, the NDIS serves as a vital link for individuals with disabilities, connecting them to various services in their local communities. This encompasses facilitating connections with healthcare providers, community organisations, sports clubs, support groups, libraries, and schools. It also provides valuable information about the specific assistance available from each state and territory government.

The NDIS has made a significant impact, currently assisting over 500,000 Australians with disabilities in accessing the necessary services and support they require. Notably, it supports around 80,000 children with developmental delays, ensuring they receive early intervention to maximise their life-long outcomes.