Some equipment is very expensive. There may be funding support available. Some examples of funding include:

National Funding

National Disability Insurance Scheme: for people under 65 years of age 📞 1800 800 110

My Aged Care: for people over 65 years of age 📞 1800 200 422

State Based Funding

Australian Capital Territory: ACT equipment scheme 📞 (02) 6207 0658

New South Wales: Enable NSW AID and equipment program 📞 1800 362 253

Northern Territory: Disability Equipment Program 📞 1800 139 656

Queensland: MASS 📞 (07) 3136 3636

South Australia: Domiciliary Equipment Service 📞 1300 295 786

Tasmania: TasEquip 📞 1300 135 513

Victoria: Statewide Equipment Program (SWEP) 📞 1300 747 937

Western Australia: Community Aids and Equipment Program (CAEP) 📞 (08) 9426 9200

Other

Continence Aids Payment Scheme - specifically for people with permanent incontinence 📞 1800 239 309
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Thank you Dr Natasha Layton from Swinburne University and Polio Australia's Clinical Advisory Group for her contribution to the information on this page.

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