Compact Home Lifts would like to remind potential customers that the company is a registered provider for the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS).
This means the business, which has offices in Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Perth and now Tasmania, is able to supply any product from the Compact residential lifts range to users who qualify for funding from the NDIS.
The scheme was rolled out by the Government in July, 2016, and is designed to help people under the age of 65 with a disability acquire the care and support required. It is also aimed at helping families and carers with information about services to aid those with disabilities in order that that the individual can ‘enjoy an ordinary life now and as their life changes’.
The NDIS can provide financial support for the purchase of such mobility aids as a Compact Home Lift, which is an ideal alternative to a stairlift, so that the user can age in place and live independently at home.
The programme is available to people living in Australia under the age of 65 with a significant or permanent disability and implemented by the independent organisation National Disability Insurance Agency (NDIA).
Compact Home Lifts became an official provider for the National Disability Insurance Scheme back in February 2018 but Daniel Mawson, director at the company, is keen to remind Australians under the age of 65 of the scheme which has helped thousands since its introduction more than two years ago.
He said: “Compact Home Lifts became a registered provider for the National Disability Insurance Scheme for almost a year now and we fully support the objectives of the scheme which is to help people with disabilities under the age of 65 stay living independently in the home they love.
“During the time that we have been members of the NDIS, we have see how one of our residential lifts has improved and enhanced a person’s life by making their home fully accessible, enabling them to move from floor to floor whenever they wish, all at the touch of a button.
“There are potentially lot of people out there, however, who may not be aware of the NDIS scheme or realise that they can receive the crucial funding that they might need to help with the purchase of a Compact home elevator which can transform their life.”
The range of residential lifts by Compact Home Lifts includes the two-person Compact Elegance Home Lift and wheelchair-friendly Compact Elegance Plus Home Lift. The lifts can be installed in virtually any room in an Australian home as the elevators do not require load bearing walls or use hydraulics. All Compact lifts travel on self-supporting rails and are powered by a 10amp power socket.
For more information about Compact Home Lifts or to request a free brochure then please contact us directly on 1800 43 72 31 or email us on firstname.lastname@example.org