Including TALi TRAIN in your NDIS Plan has never been easier...

Access TALi via the NDIS

As a registered NDIS provider, TALi is able to offer access to its programs to eligible participants. Follow the steps below and our team will assist in navigating the NDIS reimbursement process with you.

1

Allow a budget.

Ensure that your child’s plan allows sufficient budget for the cost of TALi Training ($90) to cover one of TALi’s approved registration groups:

0103 Assistive Products for Personal Care and Safety

0116 Innovative Community Participation

0124 Communication and Info Equipment

2

Contact us with details of your child's plan

Whether your child's NDIS plan is managed by the NDIA, by you or a plan manager, we will need some information to get you started.

Note: If your child’s plan doesn’t provide sufficient budget, you will need to talk to your plan manager to reallocate funding or seek a recommendation from your healthcare provider for your plan manager.

Help for children under seven.

If your child is under the age of 7, you can access Early Childhood Early Intervention (ECEI).

The ECEI approach supports children under 7 years who have a developmental delay or disability. By supporting families and carers in helping young children develop the skills they need to take part in daily activities, the ECEI aims to deliver the best possible outcomes throughout their life.

The NDIS has engaged Early Childhood Partners around Australia to deliver the ECEI approach. These partners are all experienced in providing early childhood intervention, including the TALi TRAIN program.

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