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How we can help you
Whether you're just starting out with your NDIS plan or about to go through a review we have all the information you'll need to include Tali Train in your plan. To ensure we give you the information you need, we first need to understand where you are in your NDIS journey.
Please take a moment to answer the questions below.
More information about the NDIS
Tali Train can be included in your NDIS plan under Assistive Technology, Communication and Information Equipment.
Information you'll need for your child's plan.
You will first need to speak to your child's GP, paediatrician, psychologist, speech pathologist or occupational therapist. They will then have to recommend Tali Train as a program that will support your child's overall needs and goals.
How to get Tali included in your plan:
Receive a recommendation
Ask your healthcare practitioner to recommend Tali Train.
Include the right information
Assistive Technology, Communication and Information Equipment: Communication Software for Computer or Tablet. Line item: 05_22210225_0124_1_2.
Allow a budget
Tali Train costs $399 inclusive of GST.
Accessing the NDIS.
The National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) is Australia's first national scheme for people living with disability. To apply you must first see if your child is eligible for funding and then complete an Access Request Form.
Once your Access Request has been submitted, the NDIS will make a decision on your child's eligibility. If accepted you will then create an NDIS plan where you'll set goals for your child.
Tali Train can be included in your NDIS plan, under Assistive Technology, Communication and Information Equipment, a part of this goal setting.
ECEI Partners: Help for children under 7
If your child is between the ages of 0-6 you can access Early Childhood Early Intervention (ECEI).
The ECEI approach supports children aged 0-6 years who have a developmental delay or disability, and their families/carers. They are there to support families in helping children develop the skills they need to take part in daily activities and achieve the best possible outcomes throughout their life.
The NDIS has engaged Early Childhood Partners around Australia to deliver the ECEI approach. These partners are all experienced in providing early childhood intervention, which can include the Tali Train program.Learn more