Scooterland Mobility supports Queensland Government programs in partnership with our major supplier. We can arrange for MASS, CAEATI and NDIS subsidised equipment by arrangement with your healthcare professional.
National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS)
The National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) is a government initiative designed to support Australians with permanent disability.
The NDIS is a new way of providing disability support that takes a lifetime approach focusing on client choice and control. Scooterland Mobility has been a registered provider under the scheme and work with the client, their families and NDIS.
Scooterland service our NDIS participants through:
Medical Aids Subsidy Scheme (MASS)
The Medical Aids Subsidy Scheme (MASS) provides funding for medical aids and equipment to eligible Queensland residents who have a permanent and stabilised condition or a disability. The scheme helps people to live at home and avoid early or inappropriate residential care or hospitalisation.
Aids and equipment are subsidy funded on a permanent loan basis, through private ownership or the supply of consumables. If you pay for more than 50% of the cost for an item, you can choose to take ownership, rather than having a permanent loan. However, this means that you are responsible for all repairs to that item.
In general, clients may be eligible for assistance under MASS if they:-
Relevant application guidelines and forms for each scheme or aid/equipment provide detailed information regarding eligibility requirements.
Information on the Medical Aids Subsidy Scheme (MASS) is available on the Queensland Health Website at http://www.health.qld.gov.au/mass/
Community Aids Equipment and Assistive Technology Initiative (CAEATI)
The Community Aids, Equipment and Assistive Technologies Initiative (CAEATI) helps people with a disability participate in their communities by providing subsidy funding for a range of aids, equipment and assistive technologies.
The scheme subsidises the costs of:
Current Subsidy Amounts
Funding is capped at $10,000 per client for a period of 3 years. The scheme allows funding towards the cost of a registered therapist to assist the client with the application process ($500 maximum per application up to a maximum of $800 every 3 years).
Information on CAEATI is available on the Queensland Health Website at: https://www.health.qld.gov.au/mass/community-access/default.asp
Department of Veterans Affairs Service Provider
Scooterland Mobility also supports the Department of Veterans Affairs (DVA) in partnership with our major supplier and their associate support organisation. We can arrange for DVA subsidised equipment by arrangement with your healthcare professional.
Under the Mobility and Functional Support contract we are able to provide an expanded product range with prompt delivery. We can supply all your DVA needs such as walkers, wheelchairs, mobility scooter, power chairs, lift chairs, daily living aids and much more.
Information on the DVA program and how to apply for assistance is available for eligible veterans by the web site at http://www.dva.gov.au/Pages/home.aspx