Did you know you can purchase our bibs with NDIS funds?
Most babies will no longer need bibs from around 6 months, hence the reason most bibs on the market are very small, not very absorbent and made in babyish prints. But there are lots of kids with disabilities, that have a hard time managing their saliva. Able Collective bibs are specifically designed for these kids and now even teens and adults. Our age-appropriate unique design, ensures even the heaviest dribblers can keep their top dry while looking stylish. Depending on the participant and their plan they can claim funds through Core Consumables funding or Low Cost Assistive Technology.
How to purchase our bibs with your NDIS funds:
Add items to cart and enter the participants name and NDIS Number on the cart page. Checkout with a credit card or PayPal.
When you receive your order confirmation email, click on the link to download the invoice. File and keep for your records. Claim funds from the NDIS portal.
Plan or Agency Managed
Reimbursement: The quickest way to receive your items is to place your order through our website, making payment with a credit card or PayPal. Then send the invoice to your plan manager to reimburse you.
Invoice: Add items to cart and enter the participants name & NDIS Number on the cart page*. Select NDIS as the payment method. This will ensure the stock is held for you. Click on the link in your order confirmation email, to download the invoice for payment within 14 days. Please note items will not be shipped until full payment is made.
*Currently we cannot split your order for partial personal payment and partial NDIS payment sorry!
Using NDIS funding to purchase our bibs will come down to the individual participant's plan. The participants age and disability will also determine if bibs are reasonable and necessary for the participant. If you're unsure speak to your support coordinator or therapists to confirm.
How to add the participants NDIS number on the cart page:
Selecting NDIS as the payment type for agency or plan managed funding:
How to download your invoice from your order confirmation email:
In order to be considered reasonable and necessary, a support or service:
- must be related to a participant’s disability
- must not include day-to-day living costs not related to your disability support needs, such as groceries
- should represent value for money
- must be likely to be effective and work for the participant, and
- should take into account support given to you by other government services, your family, carers, networks and the community.