What is the NDIS?
What is Aspergers Syndrome?
Aspergers Syndrome is a previously used diagnosis on the Autism Spectrum. Children and adults with Aspergers often have difficulties with social skills, motor regulations and may demonstrate a restricted range of interests. However, unlike many diagnosed with a less functioning Autism disorder their language and cognitive skills are largely intact. Open Minds provides customers access to NDIS Aspergers Syndrome support to help them develop positive behaviours.
What classification is Aspergers Syndrome included under in the NDIS?
Aspergers Syndrome is classified in List B as a permanent condition for which functional capacity are variable and further assessment of functional capacity is generally required.
Am I eligible for the NDIS?
You may be eligible for the NDIS if:
Or you have to meet the early intervention requirements:
What type of support can be funded to help people with Aspergers Syndrome?
What evidence do you need to provide?
Further information regarding what information about your disability you need to include as a part of your access request form can be found at the following pages:
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