Find a list of NDIS Carpenter . There are currently some Carpenter providers offering a range of services.
Many NDIS participants need custom modifications made to their homes in order to ensure access to certain parts of the property and generally live more comfortably. If these modifications are related directly to the participant’s disability and are shown to be “reasonable and necessary,” they will be funded by the NDIS.
That is where carpenters have a role to play. There are many carpentry and joinery businesses that are registered with the NDIS, which means that they are specially qualified to make and install the kinds of modifications that participants require. Such modifications are known as Special Disability Accommodation (SDA).
Not all carpenters have experience with SDA. The ones that do will advertise their experience. If they have a relationship with the NDIS they will advertise that as well—and then you can be confident that you are dealing with the right kind of professional.