At InFocus we have been providing support and services for children with disabilities in Ipswich (and Brisbane) for decades. InFocus, previously known as Xavier Children’s Support Network, started out back in 1951. Our rich heritage means that we have a wealth of experiencing in providing support for children with complex disabilities in Brisbane.
Now as a registered NDIS service providers in Ipswich , where the roll-out of the NDIS has already commenced, the way in which we provide our services and support is changing but our passion and dedication to provide family support for children with disabilities in Brisbane remains.
We’re working with families who are about to have their first planning meeting and because the NDIS process is new this can understandably cause some nervousness.
At InFocus, we’ve been providing support for children with complex disabilities in Brisbane since 1951. Formerly known as Xavier Children’s Support Network, we have a long history working with children who require complex disability support and their families.
Now, as the roll-out of the NDIS will soon commence in the greater Brisbane area and as registered NDIS providers in Brisbane, we are working with families to support them through their transition.
Our team are working with families to help them get started on their NDIS journey. so that they get the best outcome possible for their child from their first NDIS plans.
As a registered NDIS providers in Brisbane the team at InFocus are already working with families to help them plan and prepare for their first NDIS Planning Meeting. We’ve been providing complex disability support for children in Brisbane since 1951. With the roll out of the NDIS, the way that we provide support will change and we’re working with our families to guide them through. Starting with your child’s first plan.
Your child’s first plan is the start of their NDIS journey. It will be unique to your child and the supports that they need. The plan will provide funding for supports that the NDIA deem “reasonable and necessary”.