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  • NDIS NSW North Pilot - streamlining requests for stock and contract items

    Together with the National Disability Insurance Agency (NDIA), we are working on a pilot to simplify requests for a broad range of cost effective aids and equipment for NDIS participants. A simpler application process for these products is now being piloted with Hunter New England, Mid North Coast and Central Coast Local Health Districts. Please see the NDIS NSW North Pilot page for further information.

  • Updated Application Form now available

    Our application form has recently been updated, with some important changes to help us assess your eligibility. An application form should be completed if you are applying to EnableNSW for the first time and at least once every two years to ensure your information is up to date. When needed, please access the form directly from our website to ensure you are using the correct version and to avoid any unnecessary delays.

    EnableNSW Application Form

  • A wider range of manual wheelchairs now available statewide

    As part of a growing range of available equipment in stock, the EnableNSW equipment centre now includes two (2) lightweight models as well as a tilt-in-space for people with higher care and support needs. To find out more about these items and to view the entire stock range, please visit the equipment in stock page.

  • Portable scooter now available for statewide delivery

    Our scooter range has been extended to include a portable model for people who require a scooter for outdoor or community access. The scooter has been designed for maximum portability and can be dismantled and transported in the boot of a car. When dismantled, the heaviest section of the scooter weighs 15kg. To find out more about this scooter and other items available in stock, please visit the equipment in stock page.

  • Updated continence forms now available

    Our continence funding criteria, equipment request form (ERF) and quick reference guide (QRG) have recently been updated. It is now easier to search for standard catheters and non-standard catheters in the QRG. Section three (3) of the ERF gives you opportunity to provide clinical justification where the catheter preference is non-standard. To access these forms see the continence page.