Approved NDIS Work
UrbanOps is an approved NDIS provider
What this means is that we have met the quality and safeguard standards required to help people with disabilities live a better life. Our expertise is in renovations where we can assist you by undertaking home and workplace modifications, design and construction that comply with the Australian Standard 1428 Design for Access and Mobility Part 1 (General) (AS 1428.1).
What is the NDIS?
It stands for National Disability Insurance Scheme.
The NDIS provides information and services, connections and funding for people with disabilities. Individualised support and services are provided for eligible Australians with permanent disabilities who require assistance on a daily basis. The scheme is administered by the NDIA (National Disability Insurance Agency).
Your personalised NDIS plan will outline the kind of support services, home and/ or business modifications, design and construction, or treatments you require to achieve your personal goals and live a full and independent life. The NDIS funds 'reasonable and necessary supports' to help you achieve these goals.
To be eligible for NDIS support, you must:
- Be under 65 years of age
- Be an Australian citizen or resident or permanent visa holder
- Meet the disability or early intervention requirements
For more details about eligibility for NDIS, visit the NDIS website.
Home/ Business modifications, design and construction with the UrbanOps team:
UrbanOps is an approved and registered NDIS provider of:
- Bathroom and Laundry Renovations/ Re-models
- Residential and Commercial Modifications (Home and/ or business)
- Painting and Decorating
Our range of services means we can deliver a complete offering to minimise disruption, complete work in a timely manner and provide a quality finish to help with:
- Assistance with Daily Life
- Improved Living Arrangements at home and/ or work
- Improved Health and Wellbeing
- Improved Daily Living
The UrbanOps team ensure that all NDIS-funded building works comply with relevant laws and regulatory frameworks. This includes building codes and Australian Standards, which regulate home modifications.
CHM (Complex Home Modifications) works often take longer to complete. All parties should be clearly informed and aware of requirements to provide an efficient process for participants. The UrbanOps team work closely with yourself and NDIS to minimise disruption and maximise communication to keep all parties informed throughout the process.