Get help with the National Disability Insurance Scheme

Get help with the National Disability Insurance Scheme

Call us for free information about the law and how we can help you to get support with the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS).

We can help with some NDIS appeals. If we can’t help you we can refer you to other organisations that can.

Phone 1300 792 387, Monday to Friday from 8 am to 6 pm.

If you need an interpreter let us know. Read how to get help for people with hearing or speech difficulties​.


Apply for funding for your NDIS appeal

We may be able to provide free legal help if you are appealing a decision of the National Disability Insurance Agency (NDIA) to the Administrative Appeals Tribunal (AAT).

Read Help with your NDIS appeal

Other organisations that can help

The Victorian Disability Advocacy Network (VicDAN) is a network of legal and non-legal disability advocacy organisations. It was formed when the National Disability Insurance Scheme was launched in the Barwon region of Victoria. VicDAN monitors the scheme and assists independent services in supporting Victorians to access the support they need.

VicDAN’s brochure Getting Advocacy support to help you access the National Disability Insurance Scheme (pdf, 724.85 KB) contains information about the scheme and includes a list of organisations which can help you.

Should you require an accessible version of this PDF document, please contact our Civil Law Professional Support Lawyer.

These organisations provide free individual advocacy and information for people with a disability in Victoria:

You can also get legal advice from these organisations. Most of the services are free:

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