Support is available to young people with a disability who are leaving school to take up further education, vocational training or employment.

If you require post-school supports and are eligible for NDIS, the National Disability Insurance Agency will be responsible for planning with you and approving reasonable and necessary supports.

The NDIS can fund a range of post-school supports to assist young people with disabilities to move into employment or other options.

If you require post school supports and you are eligible for NDIS, the NDIA will be responsible for planning with you and approving reasonable and necessary supports. The NDIS can fund a range of post-school supports to assist young people with disabilities to move into employment or other options. NDIS supports may include assistance across a range of life areas such as social and community participation, building life skills, mobility or communication technology, further study or finding and maintaining a job.

Students and their families who are receiving specified disability programs or supports will be contacted by the NDIA to complete the access process for the NDIS.

Students who do not receive any of the specified programs or supports can directly contact the NDIA to test their eligibility for the NDIS and complete the access process.