The National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) is an insurance scheme that is aimed  at providing long-term support to Australians with a disability, their families and carers. 

Children accessing NDIS

As a small business, I am currently in the process of formally registering with NDIS so families can access my art programs easily. However, many families now are able to use their funding towards a Little Art Big Art program via a few steps:

Key information that may assist: 

  1. Rachael Morris is a qualified and active teacher. I hold a Masters of Education (Student Wellbeing) and have been teaching for 17 years now. 

  2. If you book online, please note you are needing a receipt to claim for NDIS. 

  3. For your funding purposes, I need to put on the receipt, your child’s full name and age, and your full name. If you need me to note any other specific requirements on the receipt, please let me so I can do so. Please email me with these details if you cannot enter these when booking online. 

You are most welcome to email or call me if you would like to discuss the programs prior to booking. 

Over my 17 years of teaching, I have taught many students and I also have to write Individual Learning Plans, so I do have extensive know and training in various areas. However, I am no expert, and each person is different. My passion when teaching is helping each child achieve their best and supporting them in their learning. I am a strong believer in helping children develop an “I Can Do It’ attitude and encourage positive mindsets throughout my teaching. 

Teenagers and Adults accessing NDIS

Our Teenager and Adult programs may not necessarily be taught by a qualified teacher but a professional artist. So please check in with me.

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