The NDIS has many ways to support you in your home. Find practical tips about using your residual vision, accessing information, communicating, activities of daily living and personal and everyday issues.
The NDIS can assist you to live independently. This includes supports that help you to live independently in the community, home modifications, support with personal care and help around your home.
Using residual vision
You may benefit from the use of different equipment around the home that you can use with your residual vision. Learn more about your options.
Print or electronic information (such as websites) can be inaccessible to people with a vision impairment. Learn about the supports you can get with large print, audio or Braille.
Learn about supports to help you communicate with others, such as computers and technology, the internet, or specialised devices, which you may be able to access under the NDIS.
Activities of daily living
Find out about supports and training in daily living skills ranging from household management to personal care.
Personal and practical
Supports may be available to help you with your accommodation and living arrangements or supporting you and your family.