Cullunghutti – Making the NDIS easy for our mob
Cullunghutti is a registered NDIS provider, offering a range of culturally appropriate disability supports across the Shoalhaven region. Our supports allow you or your family to live comfortably at home, building skills, and actively enjoying the local community.
Cullunghutti is a complete child and family centre, meaning we provide a range of therapeutic, early childhood, and personal care, and social and recreational programs. Our range of services means that we are uniquely placed to provide an easy one-stop solution to the range of NDIS, early childhood, health, and therapeutic services.
Our services are holistic, and respond to the needs and goals of our participants. We listen to you, and in partnership with you, we develop tailored programs and supports that ensure that you receive the type of supports you want, where you want them, and when you want them.
Contact us to find out more about the Cullunghutti difference.
Our NDIS Services
Early Childhood Supports
Specialised Support Coordination
To assist you in getting the most from your plan, making connections, and getting to the right supports you need.
Development Life Skills
Group and Centre Based Activities
Providing a variety of therapies and supports to promote independence and build skills in daily, practical activities such as language and communication, personal care, mobility and movement, interpersonal interactions, and community living.
Do you require transport as part of your NDIS support? Talk to us about how we can connect you with where you need to go in your community.
Assistance in Coordinating or Managing Life Stages
Assisting you to live at home, move into accommodation, learn to become more independent, and gain new skills.
What is the NDIS?
The NDIS is short for the National Disability Insurance Scheme. The NDIS is an innovative way to provide services for people with a disability. The NDIS promotes greater choice and control for people with a disability, and their families.
To be eligible for the NDIS, you need to have a permanent and significant disability that affects your ability to take part in everyday activities. If you are eligible for the NDIS, you will be assisted to identify your goals and needs, and an individual funding package will be allocated to you to purchase the supports you require.
How do I know if I am eligible? To be eligible, you need to be:
- Under 65 years of age
- Have a permanent and significant disability
- Be an Australian Citizen, live in Australia, and hold a permanent visa, or hold a Protected Special Category Visa
Unlike the previous system if disability funding, the NDIS also supports people with a psychosocial disability, which is a term used to describe a disability arising from a mental health issue.