NDIS Disability Services

At Harmilla we support those of all ages and capabilities who are living with a disability in Australia.

We have extensive knowledge in the sector and are constantly growing and adapting to the evolving nature of the industry. Understanding your needs and achieving your goals is so important to us. We are committed to our service to you and are always here to support you.

We specialise in an array of services including one-on-one person-centred support to assist you with all the things and activities you wish to do. 

Our NDIS Services

Support coordination

In home support services

Social & community participation


Supporting children


building your team

Together we can collaborate and build the life you wish to live.


We’re here to help you build your community of carers, friends and family who believe in you and are there to support you.

Making the most out of your plan

NDIS Plan Management – We want you to get the most out of your plan and help you achieve your goals.

We can get you all the help you need no matter how high or low your needs are. With a reputation being accountable, reliable, flexible and professional, our team is committed to supporting you.

We are happy to collaborate with you and others on your plan

We are extremely flexible with your service to meet your needs

We facilitate your existing relationships with your loved ones and family

We are very responsive and are open feedback and your opinion

We have a great team of support professionals to help you

We are up to date and use the latest innovation in equipment and technology

We aren’t going anywhere and will be by your side through thick and thin

National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS)

Understanding the NDIS

The National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) provides funding for those living with disabilities to help them live a better life.

Having an NDIS plan allows you to access services to supports to assist with your lifestyle.

The NDIS can be hard to navigate as there are an extensive range of services. Which is why we are here to simplify things for you. If you’ve received funding, our NDIS services and consultants can break down the complexities of constructing a plan for you. 

We can help clarify and make sense of the NDIS and what is available to you, giving insight and freedom of choice around how you may choose to use your funding.

Harmilla supports the Disability Royal Commission

We support the Royal Commission by reporting Violence, Abuse, Neglect and Exploitation of people with Disability (DRC).

We want to facilitate a safe environment for people living with a disability. Everyone has the right to feel safe and we aim to keep it that way.

How to access our supports

Get approved by the NDIS

Choose us as your NDIS provider

Discuss your needs and build a support plan

start accessing your supports

Applying for an NDIS Plan

Eligibility Criteria

Your eligibility for the NDIS will be assessed by the National Disability Insurance Agency (NDIA)

You can apply if you are:

An Australian citizen or permanent resident

Under 65 years of age (over the age of 65 – you may not be eligible for the NDIS)

Meeting the disability assessment requirements.

The first step is to contact the NDIA in your area and request an NDIS eligibility assessment. You can organise this by visiting their website. This assessment is to evaluate the severity and impact of your disability, capacity to communicate, social interactions, mobility and ability to manage personal affairs (finances and bills etc).

Creating your NDIS Plan

Once you have been considered eligible for an NDIS plan. A meeting will be organised between the NDIA and you.

This meeting will be purely based on what your goals are and how this funding can be manipulated to help you achieve them. Your NDIS plan will be unique to you. It will identify your needs and show you where funds have been delegated. Once approved you will be able to choose to self-manage your plan or find a service provider in your area that represents your needs. If you are having trouble finding a service provider – the NDIA can provide you with a list of reputable providers in your area.

Once you’ve been approved, you’ll be given prompts and receive portal access instructions that will teach you how to manage your plan through the NDIS Participant Portal (Myplace). Once your plan is ready, you’ll be able to manage all outflows for your services.

Different ways of managing your NDIS Plan

Once your NDIS Plan is created, you can either:

Find a provider or use a plan management service – this states that your plan will be managed by an organisation and all services will be orchestrated by the provider you have chosen. Services will be charged directly from your plan on your behalf.

Self-manage – this states that you will manage the flow of funds and approve all administrative processes yourself.

Nominating a NDIA representative – this states that the NDIA will make all necessary payments to registered providers on your behalf. You can also choose to self-manage with the help of the NDIA.

If you decide to find a provider or use a plan management service. You will need to sign up with them and enter an agreement within a certain timeframe.

Reviewing your NDIS Plan

Every 12 months the NDIA will review your NDIS Plan with you.

This review is just to check how you have benefited from the plan within the last 12 months. Based on the circumstances your NDIS plan may increase if you require more support. Know that If at any time you feel you are no longer happy with your existing service provider; you may switch to another or choose to self-manage at any time.

For more information visit the NDIS website.

The NDIS planning tool gives you a greater understanding of our approach to NDIS funding.

Changing providers?

Unhappy with your existing provider?

If you like what we offer, you can nominate us as your designated provider instead. We have quick and easy sign ups and a short waitlist. In most cases your services can start almost immediately.


Harmilla’s pricing schedule is based on guidelines provided by the NDIS.

NDIS Resources

Want to understand the NDIS a little better?

We’ve put together some useful material that gives you a better understanding and helps get you started.

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