The NSW Department of Education and the National Disability Insurance Agency (NDIA) recommend that therapy services funded through a child’s NDIS support plan are best delivered outside of school time. This allows the school to focus on teaching your child and all other students, and ensures your child does not miss out on important learning time.
Schools work with both parents and allied health providers to meet the needs of students and support their learning and development. This may include sharing information about the student and what activities might work best to support them. In some cases, where it is suitable, this may mean working directly with the provider in the classroom.
Parent, provider and request forms:
Request for an NDIS therapist information (PDF 141KB)
Providing NDIS therapy (PDF 123 KB)
Parent/Carer Checklist (PDF 165KB)