NDIS and MAIB Disability Support Services

Anglicare Tasmania’s team of skilled support workers provide for a range of support services funded by the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) and Motor Accidents Insurance Board (MAIB).

Our team use a person centred support approach and take the time to:

  • be guided by you on how you would like to be supported
  • support you to achieve your goals
  • be aware of and utilise your strengths
  • support you to actively participate in your day to day activities.

Even the most complex support needs are covered in our range of services.

 

Anglicare NDIS Services Guide

Anglicare Tasmania's NDIS Support Prices

Anglicare’s support prices are in line with the NDIS Price Guide for Tasmania.

We are also a Temporary Transformation Payment (TTP) Provider who meets the criteria required by NDIA.

For full details of the NDIS Pricing Arrangements and Price Limits click on the link below.

NDIS Price Guide

State Wide Offices Map

South

Hobart 7000

  • 159 Collins Street
  • 18 Watchorn Street

Sorell 7172

  • 42 Cole Street

Glenorchy

  • 436 Main Road

North

Launceston 7250

  • 122 Elizabeth Street

St Helens 7216

  • 56 Cecilia Street

North West

Devonport 7310

  • 31 King Street

Burnie 7320

  • 51 Wilmot Street

Zeehan 7469

  • 102 Main Street

Disability Royal Commission

Anglicare Tasmania supports the important work of the Disability Royal Commission.

All people have the right to live free of violence, abuse, neglect and exploitation.

The Disability Royal Commission (DRC) was established in April 2019 in response to community concern about widespread reports of violence against, and the neglect, abuse and exploitation of, people with disability. Click here for its terms of reference.

 

The DRC is receiving submissions and holding community forums, private sessions and public hearings (formal proceedings in which witnesses give evidence, under oath or affirmation).

There is counselling and advocacy support available for people who have experienced or been affected by violence, neglect, abuse or exploitation, or who are taking part in the DRC. Click here to find out what disability counselling and advocacy support is available.

The DRC’s final report is due by 29 September 2023. It will recommend to the Australian Government ways to improve laws, policies, structures and practices to ensure a more inclusive and just society.

The DRC is investigating how to:

  • Prevent and better protect people with disability from experiencing violence, abuse, neglect and exploitation
  • Achieve best practice in reporting, investigating and responding to violence, abuse, neglect and exploitation of people with disability
  • Promote a more inclusive society that supports people with disability to be independent and live free from violence, abuse, neglect and exploitation

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