Our expert team will connect you with disability services for autistic people of all ages. This includes the supports, services and specialists relevant to your needs. Our occupational therapists, support workers and psychologists who specialise in autism can help you build skills and manage your day-to-day life.
Support services for autistic people can be funded by the NDIS. You can access these supports if you have the appropriate funding category in your plan. HeyHubble can help you find trusted providers that offer your preferred services, in your area, aligned to the funding in your NDIS plan.
Develop life skills such as executive functioning skills, daily living skills, personal care, job skills and people skills.
Increase your readiness to learn and adjust to learning environments.
Learn how to interact and participate with others.
Improve communication skills and understanding.
Gain tools and learn strategies needed for processing sensory triggers.
Exploring tools and techniques needed to better support you and those around you.
- Improved social skills
- Improved relationships
- Improved communication skills
- Critical thinking
- Increased creativity
- Problem solving skills
- More involvement in the community
- Improved self-care
Submit a service request today and our expert team will connect you with a few options of support services
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Frequently asked questions
What support services are available for autistic people?
There are a number of support services available for autistic people. These include service providers such as occupational therapists, support workers, psychologists, speech therapists, support coordinators and early childhood supports. They all provide services to support autistic people in different areas and help with various needs.
Are autistic people eligible for the NDIS?
Yes, people with a diagnosis of autism are generally eligible for the NDIS. Your NDIS eligibility will be assessed on your autism-related support needs, which then informs how much funding the NDIS provides.
You can use the NDIS’ Am I Eligible tool to check your eligibility.
How do I apply for the NDIS for autism?
If you want to apply for the NDIS for autism, you should first check if you’re eligible. Once you think you might be eligible, you can make a verbal application by calling on NDIS on 1800 800 110 or completing an Access Request Form and returning it to the NDIS.
If you need help applying, contact your local area coordinator, early childhood partner or NDIA office.
How can I get ready for my NDIS planning meeting?
It can help to take some time to get ready for your NDIS planning meeting. As part of your planning meeting, you will be asked about how you’re going in different areas of your life. In your planning meeting, you may be asked about things such as:
- Your personal details
- How you take part in everyday activities
- The goals you want to achieve
- Ways to manage your plan
- The support you need to use for your NDIS plan
You can use NDIS’ Booklet 2 - Creating Your NDIS Plan to prepare for the planning meeting.
What NDIS supports can I get for autistic children?
There are a number of NDIS supports you can get for autistic children. Depending on their needs, children may be able to get assistance with reasonable and necessary supports that can help with communication skills, independent living skills and relationship building skills.