Welcome to Sela Care
Your local registered
Sela Care is a registered NDIS Provider and complies with all Victorian and Commonwealth Government requirements for the delivery of quality and safe disability support services.
Our aim is to deliver excellent service in a timely, flexible way to improve the lives of NDIS participants and their families.
- Allied Health Support (Dietitians and Exercise Physiologists)
- Household tasks e.g. cleaning, gardening, spring cleaning, window cleaning etc.
- Accommodation and tenancy
- Community Nursing
- Therapeutic supports
- Self/Plan managed – Social and Community Access
- Short Term Housing options
Frequently Asked Questions
The National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) is a new way to provide funding and supports to people with permanent and significant disabilities across Australia.
Sela Care is a registered NDIS provider and delivers services across Victoria
The NDIS provides lifetime supports to individuals who meet the eligibility to criteria. The supports are based on a plan that includes your support needs, goals and aspirations.
We work with you to create a plan to suit your own goals and hopes.
Eligibility for NDIS funding comes down to four factors:
Disability & Early Intervention – you must:
Have a permanent disability, which limits your ability to participate in your community, obtain employment, and perform day-to-day tasks without support from a carer or assistive technology.
Have a permanent disability (or developmental delay for children under 6 years) which would likely benefit from receiving supports now, with the aim of reducing the amount of support needed in the future.
Residency status – you must:
Be an Australian citizen
Hold a Permanent Visa
New Zealand citizen who holds a Protected Special Category Visa.
In Victoria, the NDIS being rolled out over the next 3 years in stages by local government area.
To check when your area will be rolling out visit – the NDIS website.
To see what local government area you live in visit the know your council website.
You must be under 65 years of age at the time of rollout in your area.
We recommend you use confirm your eligibility with the NDIS Access Checklist tool, or by calling the NDIA on 1800 800 110.
Use My Access Checker to find out if you are able to receive assistance from the NDIS, and what the next steps are.
If you live outside an NDIS trial site, your existing funding and supports will continue. These will remain in place until the NDIS is introduced to your area or is extended to your age group.
People over the age of 65 are not eligible for the NDIS. People over 65 who currently receiving disability support will be provided with the same supports and funding that they received prior to the transition to the NDIS.