Transport is an important part of everyday life. It is an important factor to enable social and economic participation for people with differing abilities; whether as a means to access the community, work, study, job-seeking, attend medical appointments or to run errands.
Our aim is to:
- Help you understand how to use your plan to best meet your transport needs through your support coordinator.
- Assist you, through our experienced care givers, with mobility and transfers, shopping, travel, transport to and from school, work and appointments.
- Provide you with access to transport and set you up for freedom, independence, socialisation, income, education and more. That is why in many NDIS plans, transport plays an important part.