NDIS – National Disability Insurance Scheme

Orthotics Plus is a registered NDIS provider (provider number) and we take great pride in giving our NDIS participants the one to one time, care and attention they deserve. We can provide NDIS participants with assistive technology and orthotic devices.

If you already have a participant number and plan, we can apply to request funding from your budget on your behalf. Find out more about our NDIS Services.

Private Health Insurance

If you have extras on your private health insurance you may be covered for your consultation and orthotic treatment. To confirm this, however, you will have to speak directly to your private health insurer.

Please be aware that the HICAPS system is still unavailable for orthotic services Australia wide. To receive your reimbursement through your private health insurance you will need to forward your receipts onto them.

DVA, TAC, Workcover

Orthotics Plus is registered with DVA, TAC, Worksafe. We liaise directly with the funding body to arrange payment on your behalf. If there is a situation where DVA, Workcover or TAC will not fund your treatment, you will be required to fund the account privately.

If you are a DVA/Workcover/TAC patient, it is important to remember a referral from a doctor is required prior to attending the appointment. Funding will not be approved without this.

Please also bring all claim details with you to the initial appointment. If you cannot provide a claim number, you will be billed privately.

Public Patients – Funding Program

There is a government-funded program available for those who have a permanent disability or injury and are unable to claim their treatment through a privately funded facility.

The program is called SWEP ( State Wide Equipment Program ). To see if you meet the eligibility criteria you can contact SWEP directly.

Please note that due to the popularity of this funding program, there is a long waiting list, which can be greater than 12 months. We are unable to provide any treatment until the funding has been approved.

A referral from a doctor is required, as this needs to be attached to the application forms which we complete on your behalf.