• The Learning Clinic is a registered provider for the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS)
  • Behaviour Support
  • Early Childhood Supports
  • Therapeutic Supports
  • Participation in community, social and civic activities [Participate Community]
  • Assistance in coordinating or managing life stages, transition and supports – [Life Stage, Transition]
  • Assistance to Access and Maintain Employment or higher education [Assist Access/Maintain Employ]
  • Daily Personal Activities
  • High Intensity Daily Personal Activities
  • Assistance with daily life tasks in a group or shared living arrangement [Daily Tasks/Shared Living]
  • Development of Daily Living and Life Skills [Development-Life Skills]

Please contact NDIA or review this page for more information about applying for NDIS funding

  • The Learning Clinic is a FaHCSIA approved provider under the Helping Children with Autism funding package. This package provides families with funding for early intervention of $12,000 per child ($6,000 per financial year for 2 years up to the age of 7 years). To find out more please visit the HCWA FaHCSIA page. To apply for funding, please contact an Autism Advisor
  • Clinical services provided by an Allied Health professional can be claimed through Medicare. A referral is needed from your GP or paediatrician.
    Medicare claims / funding

    How to claim Medicare rebates for TLC services for individuals with autism.

  • The Department of Human Services (Centrelink) provides payments for carers including:
    • a carer allowance: this supplementary payment is free of the income and assets test and can be paid in addition to any other Centrelink payment.
    • a carer supplement:  this is an annual lump sum payment is for those already receiving the Carer Payment or Carer Allowance.
    • the Child Disability Assistance Payment: this is also an annual payment to assist with the costs of caring for a child with a disability.
    • the Health Care Card