NDIS nursing services are NDIS funded clinical services delivered by a Nurse. At Regal we provide NDIS community nursing services and we come to you, to deliver nursing services in the comfort of your own home. Regal NDIS nursing services include:
Regals NDIS community nursing services are delivered in the comfort of your own home. This enables Regal NDIS participants to receive high quality clinical support at home, and minimises their need to go to hospital or external practitioner for clinical care that can be safely delivered at home utilising NDIS nursing services funding. This means Regal community avoid waiting rooms, and get to remain safely at home.
To see Regal’s full range of NDIS services, click here.
If you have a current NDIS Plan, and require clinical support in the community, or are interested to know more about how Nurses can support you, please contact Regal to make an enquiry to begin your NDIS nursing services journey.
Alternatively, Regal will receive a professional referral from your treating clinician, which could be a hospital, General Practitioner or specialist doctor, and we will be in contact with you, and the referring clinician to kick start your NDIS community nursing services. You can access our professional referral form here.
Once a referral or enquiry is received, Regal will contact you and your clinical team for more information on your NDIS nursing services which will be reviewed by the Regal Clinical Team. Depending on what NDIS nursing services are being requested, this could include:
Once Regal has received this information, Regal Clinical Team will review and work with Regal Scheduling Team to assign appropriately skilled Nurses to your NDIS community nursing services. Regal Nurse will then conduct a Nursing Assessment, identifying anything that may be required to continue your services which could include required consumables and frequency and duration of visits.
If you do not currently have an NDIS Plan, please visit our Private Care page or read our FAQ’s.
Regal has been a leading and trusted community nursing provider in Sydney since 1966, providing Registered Nursing services to Greater Metropolitan Sydney for over 56 years.
What makes Regal different from other NDIS nursing providers is that Regal was established in 1966 by Patricia R Shepherd, a Registered Nurse, and quickly built a reputation for clinical excellence. Anna M Shepherd, Patricia’s daughter, has continued Patricia’s legacy and has developed a governance framework that underpins all Regal’s clinical, personal and domestic services. Regal Nurses involved in care mean Regal is confident we can provide services to participants with complex support requirements.
The NDIS stands for National Disability Insurance Scheme. The NDIS is a scheme of the Australian Government that funds cost associated with disability. The NDIS provides funding to eligible people with disability to gain more time with family and friends, greater independence, access to new skills, jobs, or volunteering in their community, and an improved quality of life.
The NDIS also connects anyone with disability to services in their community such as NDIS nursing providers). This includes connections to doctors, community groups, sporting clubs, support groups, libraries and schools, as well as providing information about what support is provided by each state and territory government.
The NDIS now supports over 500,000 Australians with disability to access the services and supports they need. For more information visit the NDIS website.
Regal is there to support you and your family. To join the Regal community contact us.
NDIS nursing services are classified as Community Nursing Services by the NDIS and funded in an NDIS plan under two categories:
NDIS encourages participants to utilise their Capacity Building budget for their NDIS community nursing services and only use their flexible Core budget when their Capacity Building budget is exhausted or set aside for other therapies.
The NDIS will pay for any nursing services which are deemed reasonable and necessary by the person developing your NDIS plan based on the evidence presented at your NDIS plan review and your NDIS plan goals.
Regal can provide evidence of necessity of community nursing services for your NDIS Plan review by providing you with a copy of your Nursing Assessment.
For more information, visit https://www.ndis.gov.au/understanding/supports-funded-ndis/reasonable-and-necessary-supports
NDIS nursing services are provided by organisations registered to provide health supports with the NDIS Quality and Safeguards Commission. Regal’s NDIS nursing services are delivered by Registered Nurses who undergo regular competency checks and are managed by Regal Clinical Governance structure. To find an NDIS provider in your area visithttps://www.ndis.gov.au/participants/working-providers/find-registered-provider
Regal charges nursing rates in line with the current NDIS Pricing Arrangements. You can view these prices by visitinghttps://www.ndis.gov.au/providers/pricing-arrangements
If you believe you are eligible for the NDIS, start by speaking to your General Practitioner or other treating health professional on how to access the NDIS. The NDIS has available resources here: https://www.ndis.gov.au/participants. Accessing the NDIS may take some time, so in the meantime you can request Regal nursing services privately through our Private Care Program.
Contact us to see what you may be eligible for.