Funding Options


The National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) provides support to people with disability, their families and carers. If you have a disability that is likely to be permanent and significant you can, subject to eligibility, receive funding from the NDIS.

Full Circle Therapies in no longer a resistered NDIS provider and can only see slef managed or plan managed participants.

Although  Full Circle Therapies are no longer a registered provider -we continue to be guided by the Principles of the NDIS and the Rules of the NDIS Quality and Safeguards Commission including:

You are eligible for the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) if you:

People with disability, or their family or advocate, can use the NDIS eligibility check list to see if they are eligible. If so, they can then apply to receive support through the NDIS.  NDIS funding is available for “reasonable and necessary supports” to help people with disability to reach their goals and aspirations, take part in activities to increase their social and economic participation and to live a life as “ordinary” as possible.

People who have been approved to be included in the National Disability Insurance Scheme are referred to as “Participants”. People or organisations who provide these Participants with products and/or services are referred to as “Providers”.

For more information on the NDIS please phone 1800 800 110 or visit

Chronic Disease Management (Formerly Enhanced Primary Care)

People with chronic or terminal medical conditions, including those who requiring multidisciplinary, team-based care from a GP and at least two other health or care providers, are eligible to access allied health services through Medicare.

Our Occupational Therapist and Speech Therapists are all registered Medicare Allied Health Professional providers.

Services we can provide for a Chronic Disease Management Plan include occupational therapy (10958) and speech therapy (10970)

Contact your GP for a referral.

Please note: As we do not bulk bill for services there will be a gap payable. The gap is the difference between the cost of our service and the amount that Medicare rebates for each service. To find out what the rebate is for each service contact Medicare and quote the item number of the service you want to access (see brackets above).

Private Health Rebates May Apply To Some Services

You may be able to claim some services from your Private Health Insurer depending on your level of cover.

You will be required to pay your account in full and then claim from your Private Health Insurer. Contact your Private Health Provider for more information.


Children who are not eligible for government funding and who do not have private health cover are still able to access our full services.

The services need to be fully funded by parents/caregivers. Please ensure you consider to cost prior to booking services to decided whether private services are the right fit for your family.