NDIS Services

NDIS Services offered by Wheatbelt Health Network

⦁ Support Coordination – Level 2 (specalist needs), Level 1: Support Connection, Capacity building and training from a Support Coordinator, Recovery Coach

⦁ NDIS Physiotherapy Services – individual assessment, therapy and/or training (includes assistive technology), multidisciplinary team.

⦁ NDIS Podiatry Services – individual assessment, therapy and/or training (includes assistive technology), multidisciplinary team.

⦁ NDIS Dietitian Services – dietitian consultation and diet plan development, dietitian group session,  group therapy.

⦁ NDIS Speech Therapy Services – individual assessment, therapy and/or training (includes assistive technology), multidisciplinary team, group therapy.


What is a disability?

A disability is any condition that makes it more difficult for a person to do certain activities or interact with the world around them. These conditions, or impairments, may be cognitive, developmental, intellectual, mental, physical, sensory, or a combination of multiple factors. Impairments causing disability may be present from birth or occur during a person’s lifetime.


What is NDIS?

The NDIS is a National Scheme funded by the Government to support people with disabilities to live ordinary lives. This is done by setting out some goals you would like to achieve during your planning meeting which is then supported by your NDIS funding.


What are NDIS goals?

Goals are anything you want to achieve. In relation to the NDIS all funding is linked to a goal you want to achieve. It could be you want to move into your own home and live independently, the barriers to that might be that you need assistance from someone to help you with some of your daily tasks, like cooking, cleaning or self-care. Some people feel like they won’t ever be able to move out of the family home because their family provides support which allows them to get through their day. Moving into their own home may seem unachievable. But with the support of the NDIS you can work towards this goal and prepare for living independently before you make the move and set up supports so that when you are ready to live independently you have all the support you need to do this.


Am I eligible for NDIS?

The NDIS has three main conditions which determine if you will be eligible:

-You must be under 65 at the time your application is submitted.

-You must be an Australian resident, and

-you must have a permanent condition which will significantly impact you day-to-day


 NDIS Resources

The following resources have been developed by the Wheatbelt Health Network using a co-design committee comprised of PwD, their carers and family members.

The resources cover – Love, Purpose, Home, Money, Freedom, Community and Life.


Practical tips for a great life


I have the right to love, be loved, have friends and relationships. I have the right to sexuality and intimacy.  

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I have the right to set my own direction and have a meaningful life.  

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I have the right to live on my own or with the people I choose, in the community, with the support I need.  

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I have the right to have enough money to live a good life. I have the right to economic security.  

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I have the right to be in control of my own life, make mistakes, make my own decisions and have real choices.  

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I have the right to be active, supported and valued in the community.  

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I have the right to live fully, be included and give back to the community.  

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Listing Directory

Wheatbelt Health Network maintains a searchable directory of resources and NDIS providers in the region.

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Wheatbelt Health Centre
25 Holtfreter Avenue, Northam
Phone: 08 9621 4444
Open: 8am-6pm Mon – Fri

Aboriginal Health - Northam
65 Wellington Street, Northam
Phone: 08 9690 2824
Open: 8.30am-4.30pm Mon – Thurs

Therapy Plus
104 Wellington Street, Northam
Phone: 08 9621 4444


Alma Beard Medical Centre
81 Stirling Tce, Toodyay
Phone: 08 9578 2500
Open: 8.30am – 4.30pm Mon – Fri


Aboriginal Health - Narrogin
Williams Road, Narrogin
Phone: 08 9881 0385
Open: 8.30am – 4.30pm Mon – Tues

After hours medical assistance: In an emergency call 000 or present to your nearest Regional Hospital emergency department. If you have a non- emergency and would like to consult with a GP then call Telstra Health on 1800 225 523. The service is free to access for Australian residents who reside in the wheatbelt or who are temporarily residing in the Wheatbelt. This service can be accessed before 8am and after 6pm Monday-Friday, before 8am and after 12pm Saturday and all day Sunday and any Public Holidays. Thank you to Western Australia Primary Health Alliance (WAPHA) for funding this service.

  • 25 Holtfreter Avenue, Northam

  • 81 Stirling Tce, Toodyay

  • 65 Wellington Street, Northam

  • Williams Road, Narrogin

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