Learning more about the NDIS
The National Disability Insurance Scheme helps Australians with disabilities and developmental delay. The Australian government NDIS website has information for both applicants and participants. There are 4.3 million Australians with disabilities according to the NDIS site and NDIS help is only funded to support 500 thousand.
We hear from too many Australians who have been rejected for NDIS support who deserve and need help.
Applying for your TPD entitlement is an important way to get some financial help while your next application is considered.
I know about the NDIS, what should I know about TPD Insurance Claims?
Australians filing for National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS help) often also qualify for TPD Claims
Australians with permanent and significant disability can apply for ongoing help through the NDIS (National Disability Insurance Scheme). Total and Permanent Disability (TPD) Insurance is hidden in most superannuation fund policies. The TPD insurance provides a lump sum payment to people who can no longer do their jobs due to illness or injury.
Claiming TPD entitlements does not affect your eligibility for NDIS help. NDIS and TPD are completely separate, but both can provide substantial support to those who are out of work.
Healthcare Professionals can further assist their patients by introducing them to TPD insurance claims
We work with healthcare providers such as psychiatrists, physiotherapists and psychologists who’s patients need additional financial support. By collaborating, our team can provide extra help to those that really need it. Australians looking for NDIS help shouldn’t miss out on their additional TPD entitlements.
Super Claims Assist team knows exactly what documentation is needed at every step of the process. The documentation needed to claim TPD are similar to NDIS applications so some of the required documents may already be on hand.
We know every roadblock the insurance company tries to bring up and can guide your around them to get a payout quickly.
Most Australians haven’t heard of TPD insurance but do apply for the NDIS.
Too many Australians haven’t checked to see if they have a TPD entitlement sitting unclaimed in their super policy.
Figuring out your TPD entitlement on your own is tricky.
That’s why we offer a free phone consultation to talk through each person’s situation and confirm eligibility.