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What Is “Good NDIS Evidence”?

Good Evidence Means Providing Recent Documents That Confirm Your Primary Disability And Its Impact On Your Everyday Life. This Also Includes Ensuring It Is Completed By The Relevant Treating Health Professional With Any Description Of Past, Present Or Future Medications And Treatments. Providing Good Evidence Will Help Speed Up The Process Time That It May Take For The NDIA To Assess And Determine Your Outcome.