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REQUIRED DOCUMENTS FOR ASSESSMENT

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Client Driver’s License/Passport (ID'S)

Visa ID Intelligence is an ecosystem of authentication technologies to help you create seamless and secure customer experiences. It’s your source for APIs and supporting technology to deliver smarter access, integration, and decisions

Medicare Card

Be sure to carry your card with you when you’re away from home. Let your doctor, hospital, or other health care provider see your card when you need hospital, medical or other health services.

Health care card/concession card/PENSIONER CARD

There are a number of different types of concession cards that give access to discounts. Some cards and concessions are administered by the Commonwealth Government, while others are administered by state, territory and local governments and some private organisations.

Client Medical supporting Documents

Supporting documents are those trade, transport and official documents that either support specific statements made in the goods declaration, such as the commercial invoice (e.g. for the invoice amount, seller and buyer), the transport document (e.g. for the consignor, consignee, means and mode of transport) or the certificate of origin, or that have to be submitted as proof of specific import/export conditions being met (e.g. import/export permits, health certificates and certificates of conformity with technical standards).

Client Authority to Act as Advocate /SUPPORT COORDINATOR OR PLAN MANGER

The case management knowledge framework consists of what case managers need to know to effectively care for clients and their support systems. It includes a nine-phase Case Management Process and seven essential knowledge domains applicable in any care or practice setting and for the various healthcare professionals who assume the case manager’s role.

NDIS Approved package If available

The NDIS funds a range of supports and services which may include education, employment, social participation, independence, living arrangements and health and wellbeing.

In order to be considered reasonable and necessary, a support or service:

  • must be related to a participant’s disability
  • must not include day-to-day living costs not related to your disability support needs, such as groceries
  • should represent value for money
  • must be likely to be effective and work for the participant, and
  • should take into account support given to you by other government services, your family, carers, networks and the community.