NDIS Provider - Siesta Hammocks

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Transforming Comfort: NDIS Approved Furniture


ABN 98 351 143 900


1 Pilapai St. Charlestown NSW, 2900


Here at Siesta Hammocks, relationships to our clients are at the core of everything we do.

We provide you and your loved ones with the knowledge and information you need to reach your goals, without the frustrating jargon.

For NDIS invoice request, please send the following details at admin@siestahammocks.com.au so we can send the invoice in a timely manner to you or your plan managers:

  • Child's name
  • NDIS Number
  • Shipping Address
  • Contact Details
  • Email Address

Our organisation supports:

  •  Children
  •  Children with Autism

Participants receive funding in their plans to access ‘reasonable and necessary’ services and supports to help pursue their goals.

These supports fall into 3 categories aligned with their purpose:

  • Assistance with Daily Life
  • Assistive Technology
  • Improved Daily Living​

Diagnoses and conditions:

  •  Autism and related conditions
  •  Other sensory/speech
  •  Other – physical

How to Get NDIS Funding

People with disabilities have access to money through the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) for the support they need to lead comfortable, independent lives. Participants or their guardians are provided funding from the NDIS. This grant is available to the participants for a variety of uses.

With the help of NDIS funding, persons with disabilities can access community support and services like physicians, sports teams, support groups, libraries, and schools. They are given these services and assistance to help them become involved in society and live independent lives.

Many persons with disabilities have experienced an improvement in their lives thanks to NDIS up to this point. They could access a fund that helped mold their lives and make them more social and independent.

How NDIS Works

This agency is Australia's national program for financing appropriate and essential support for persons with disabilities and children with disabilities or developmental delays. With the help of the NDIS, individuals can choose the type of support they require to lead fulfilling lives.

The NDIS enables you and your kid to access resources and assistance in your neighbourhood if your child has a disability, developmental delay, or developmental concerns. It collaborates with you to design assistance for your child if their disability is expected to be persistent and major or already permanent. These resources could be medicines, tools, and more.

The National Disability Insurance Agency oversees the NDIS (NDIA).

You will have more independence, choice, and control with the NDIS. NDIS funding packages replace your current funding for disability services.

You collaborate with the government to get an acceptable financial arrangement for the required services. You can choose who will offer you the services you need. You have more control over what matters most to you in life and how you will be supported.

To develop a plan based on your particular needs and objectives, you will attend an NDIS planning meeting. You receive the funding directly for the services you require from any authorised service provider.

The National Disability Insurance Agency (NDIA), which administers the NDIS, finances qualified participants with disabilities. The NDIS operates in the following steps:

  • To determine your qualification for NDIS funding, you will initially be asked a few questions using the eligibility checklist.
  • By submitting an Access Request form, you can join the group of participants if you match the eligibility requirements.
  • The NDIA will then send you an "access decision" letter.
  • You can now draught your NDIS plan.
  • Lastly, use your NDIS plan to help you reach your objectives.

What Does It Fund?

  • The NDIS provides funding for affordable and essential services to assist kids with disabilities or developmental delays in reaching their objectives across various domains.

What Doesn't It Fund?

  • The NDIS typically does not pay for supports that are not connected to your child's developmental delay or disability, paid for by mainstream services like the health or education systems, a part of daily living expenses unconnected to your child's support needs, and likely to endanger your kid or pose a risk to others.

How to Qualify for NDIS Funding

The following are the primary requirements for fund access:

  • People under 65 can apply for the grant.
  • Participants must be Australian nationals or people with permanent visas.
  • The participants must meet the NDIA's requirements for persons with disabilities.

The participants must confidently and adequately respond to each question on the Access Request Form to increase their chances of having their NDIS application approved.

You must also offer sufficient proof of your condition to increase your chances of receiving the necessary NDIS funds. The NDIA will make the following inquiries to gather information on the person's disability:

  • What impairment does the person have?
  • Is their impairment enduring?
  • What effect does their condition have?
  • What products does the handicap have on the many aspects of their lives?
  • What medical procedures is the patient now undergoing?
  • What are the potential future medical interventions, and what are the anticipated results?

Your full access request, such as the supporting papers, will be evaluated by NDIA after you have provided the necessary proof. If your access request is approved, you can develop your NDIS plan per your needs.

You can be eligible for alternative services if you need to be qualified for the NDIS benefits. If the access request is turned down, you have three months to submit another application.

How to Apply for the NDIS Funding?

The NDIS application process consists of four steps if you match the criteria mentioned above:

  1. Get an access request form from a planner with the NDIA, a member of the NSW Health team, or by phoning 1800 800 110.
  2. You will be required to answer certain questions about your impairment and who you are.
  3. Fill up your personal information on the access request form.
  4. Ask a medical practitioner to fill out the access request form's section on disabilities or submit a separate letter in place of it. Consult medical experts about the supporting materials that can be enclosed with the form.
  5. Submit the completed form and any necessary supporting paperwork to the NDIA.

The NDIA will let you know if you've been permitted to use the NDIS.

What Happens if My Application is Declined?

Only some applicants for the NDIS will be approved for enrolment in the program. Consult an NDIA representative about why you are deemed to be ineligible and what alternative services you might be able to receive if your access request is denied and you are unsure of the reason. You can also request that the NDIA reconsider the choice.

You can obtain additional services if the NDIS is not an option.

The NDIA will be able to offer suggestions and introductions to:

  • Mainstream assistance: These are services offered by the government to Australian citizens. They may include child protection, housing, education, employment, and mental health.
  • Community support: Some examples include involvement in athletics and leisure activities.


You might be qualified for financial assistance with your living arrangements, health & well-being, social involvement, employment, education, and independence.

Finance may go towards:

  • Daily activities for yourself
  • Transportation to the neighbourhood, social, economic, and daily activities
  • Funding from your employer to help you find or keep a job in the unsubsidised or supported labour market
  • therapeutic interventions, such as behaviour support
  • To keep your home environment up to par, help with domestic chores
  • professional assistance with the selection, installation, and training of devices or equipment
  • Construction and design of home modifications
  • Mobility apparatus
  • alterations to vehicles


A planning dialogue will be set up between you and a National Disability Insurance Agency consultant to create your initial plan after you are determined to be eligible and accepted into the NDIS plan. This plan serves as your entry point into the NDIS and specifies the practical support you'll need to satisfy your immediate requirements and your stated short- and long-term goals. It would be best if you prepared for the planning conversation since your first plan will give you power over and flexibility over individual financing that you may utilise however you see fit.

Step 1: Prepare for an NDIS Meeting

  • Consider your long-term objectives and the type of life you wish to have.
  • Which forms of assistance have you found to be most effective in the past?
  • Find out what you must do to continue receiving the assistance you require from your existing support providers by speaking with them.
  • Consider all your demands, how you'll organise services, choose providers, handle funds, and accomplish your objectives to live the best life possible.
  • What should your carers supply fairly, and where do you require remunerated assistance?
  • Who should attend your planning meeting?

Step 2: NDIA Meeting

  • Don't panic if you don't hear immediately because the NDIS will roll out in the area for over a year.
  • You'll get a call or letter to schedule a meeting with your Local Area Coordinator.

Step 3: Voice Out Your Needs in the Meeting

  • Attend your planning meeting with your support person.
  • Be forthright and honest while stating your needs.
  • Bring the list of all your needs from your pre-planning.
  • Consider your needs in terms of your physical, mental, and social well.
  • To discuss your plan, arrange a meeting with the local area coordinator.
  • It is also advantageous to bring any recent professional reports about your impairment at the conference.

Step 4: Your Plan

  • Watch for your letter to arrive in the mail.
  • The mail includes directions for accessing an online portal.
  • Visit the NDIA portal to look for your plan.



You can pay service providers when you self-manage, and the NDIS will refund you. This approach does, however, temporarily put you out of money.

For your NDIS purchases, you may use a credit card with points and then settle the card debt when you get your NDIS reimbursement. If you decide on the sum as soon as you get paid, you must be able to avoid paying interest. You cannot submit credit card surcharge claims to the NDIS. It would be best if you enquired about credit card costs with your usual service providers. You will be responsible for any additional charges a service provider assesses for using a credit card.

Additionally, you can speak with your service providers about payment terms and work out a payment plan that works for you.

*Benefits of Self Management

You have more control, independence, and flexibility in planning and paying for your services when you self-manage your NDIS funding.

The benefits of self-managing your NDIS funds include the following:

  • You can select the supports you buy according to what is covered by your plan, who offers them, and how they are delivered.
  • The freedom to choose the best service provider enables you to achieve your plan's objectives.
  • Ability to personally hire, contract with, or have someone hire staff on your behalf.
  • Ability to haggle over support prices to get the best deal possible and use savings to purchase more or better supports.
  • So that you may manage your budget for the life of your plan, you have control and accountability over the NDIS money.

*Responsibilities of Self-Management

If you're considering self-management, you must be aware of your obligations. You have the following obligations:

  • Investing in resources that are related to the objectives of the NDIS plan
  • Establishing explicit terms with your providers regarding the support you will receive, including how they will be given and paid for.
  • Managing your finances so that the cost of the help is affordable and gives you value for your money.
  • Making payment requests for your support and paying them off promptly to claim and pay for them.
  • Keeping receipts and invoices as proof that you used NDIS funding to purchase your supports
  • Performing your duties as an employer if you decide to hire people directly.
  • Demonstrating how you've used your self-managed cash to pursue your objectives at your plan review.
  • Notifying the NDIA of any substantial changes to your situation that would make it impossible for you to fulfill your obligations as a self-manager.
  • Taking part in any payment audits where you'll have to demonstrate receipts, invoices, or other documentation that your spending was under your NDIS plan.

Plan Management

Plan management is when a provider assists you in controlling the funding in your NDIS plan. Plan managers are these service providers.

The NDIA managing the financing in your NDIS plan or your opting to self-manage your plan are two separate things from plan management. More details about how to handle your finances.

Let NDIS staff know you'd prefer a plan manager to support you at your planning meeting.

Your plan will receive funds from the NDIS to cover the cost of your plan manager. It's separate from your other budgeted services and supports.

A plan manager can be located and contacted using the:

  • your early childhood partner, support coordinator, or local area coordinator
  • the Participant Portal for NDIS Myplace's Provider Finder feature
  • your relatives and friends
  • other websites and internet resources.

Your plan manager is up for selection. Throughout the plan, you can alter the plan manager.

You must inform your plan manager if you want to make a change. They will tell you about your plan and assist you in making changes.

We're able to ship to the ff locations Australia-wide!

  •  Adelaide - East - Hills
  •  Adelaide - Inner City
  •  Adelaide - North
  •  Adelaide - South
  •  Adelaide - West
  •  Albury
  •  Alice Springs
  •  Bairnsdale
  •  Ballarat
  •  Ballina
  •  Barossa Valley - Kangaroo Island
  •  Bathurst
  •  Bega
  •  Bendigo
  •  Blue Mountains
  •  Brisbane - East
  •  Brisbane - Inner City
  •  Brisbane - North
  •  Brisbane - South
  •  Brisbane - West
  •  Broken Hill
  •  Burnie - North West
  •  Cairns
  •  Campbelltown
  •  Canberra
  •  Central Coast
  •  Central Queensland
  •  Coffs Harbour
  •  Cooma
  •  Darling Downs - Maranoa
  •  Darwin
  •  Dubbo
  •  Geelong
  •  Gold Coast
  •  Goulburn
  •  Gympie - Hinterland
  •  Hobart
  •  Hunter Valley
  •  Ipswich
  •  Kempsey
  •  Launceston - North East
  •  Lismore
  •  Logan - Beaudesert
  •  Mackay - Isaac - Whitsunday
  •  Maitland
  •  Maryborough - Bundaberg
  •  Melbourne - East
  •  Melbourne - Inner City
  •  Melbourne - North
  •  Melbourne - South
  •  Melbourne - West
  •  Mildura
  •  Moreton Bay
  •  Mornington Peninsula
  •  Muswellbrook
  •  Newcastle
  •  Nowra
  •  Outback
  •  Penrith
  •  Port Augusta - North SA
  •  Queanbeyan (NSW)
  •  Rockhampton
  •  Roma
  •  Shepparton
  •  South East SA
  •  Sunshine Coast
  •  Sydney - Blacktown
  •  Sydney - Eastern Suburbs
  •  Sydney - Hills District
  •  Sydney - Inner City
  •  Sydney - Inner West
  •  Sydney - Liverpool
  •  Sydney - North Shore
  •  Sydney - Northern Beaches
  •  Sydney - Parramatta
  •  Sydney - Ryde
  •  Sydney - South
  •  Sydney - South West
  •  Sydney - Sutherland Shire
  •  Tamworth
  •  Taree
  •  Toowoomba
  •  Townsville
  •  Tweed Heads
  •  Wagga Wagga
  •  Wangaratta
  •  Warragul
  •  Warrnambool
  •  Wide Bay
  •  Windsor
  •  Wollongong
  •  Yorke Peninsula - Mid North