NDIS and cystic fibrosis

People living with cystic fibrosis have had mixed experience when it comes to dealing with and navigating the NDIS. In the main, the people who had access to the NDIS have achieved this due to a pre-existing health condition and not their cystic fibrosis. As of this year, this has changed. The NDIA will move away from the current lists to determine if someone meets access requirements from mid-2021. Instead, independent assessments will be used to build an overall picture of how a person functions in different areas of their life. The NDIS transition work will commence in January 2021 due for completion July 2021.


More information about independent assessments, as well as other changes the Government is making to make the NDIS simpler, faster, fairer and more flexible, is available here.

Cystic Fibrosis Queensland has submitted its application to be a NDIS provider and will be able to support your needs in the following areas:

  1. Exercise physiology and personal training

  2. Household tasks

  3. Innovative community participation

  4. Management of funding for supports in participant plan


To remain up to date with our registration application and status, contact services@cfqld.org.au

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