Translationz is a Registered Interpreting Service under the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS). The NDIS provides support for people with disabilities including the provision of foreign language translators. The NDIS is progressively being implemented across the country starting from July 2016. A person may meet access requirements up to six months before the roll-out in your area. Our Translationz team are ready to assist across Australia. Translationz clients with a NDIS Plan can use their package for Translationz interpreting.
We offer document translation services as well as interpreter services.
Our language services are available across Australia including regional and remote areas. Our state of the art cloud technology solution allows for remote video and telephone interpreting for NDIS.
We offer language interpreting in most languages spoken in Australia. Some of the more common languages are:
|Chinese - Cantonese|
|Chinese - Mandarin|
Even if the languages listed above do not include your language requirement, we are normally able to assist. We have more than 100 languages we service.
Contact us today to discuss your NDIS translation and Interpreting services. We are already servicing NDIS clients and see why we aim to be the preferred supplier to all clients.
NDIS Interpreter Victoria
Phone - (03) 9034 5299
The NDIS is already being implemented in Victoria. During the 2016-2017 FY three services areas are rolling out. (North-east Melbourne, Central Highlands and Loddon).The following regions will begin to be available from the start of the 17/18 Financial Year in the service areas of Inner Gippsland, Ovens Murray, Western District, Inner East Melbourne, Outer East Melbourne, Hume Moreland and Bayside Peninsula.
From 1 July 2018 the NDIS will begin to be available in the service areas of Southern Melbourne, Brimbank Melton, Western Melbourne, Goulburn, Mallee and Outer Gippsland.
Phone - (02) 9119 2200
The NDIS is already being implemented in NSW. During the 2016-2017 FY people living in the Hunter New England, Southern New South Wales, Central Coast, Northern Sydney, South Western Sydney, Western Sydney and Nepean Blue Mountains districts are able to access the NDIS. From 1 July 2017, the NDIS will be in place across the rest of NSW, and people living in Northern New South Wales, Mid North Coast, Sydney, South Eastern Sydney, Illawarra Shoalhaven, Murrumbidgee, Western New South Wales and Far West NSW will be able to access the NDIS.
Phone - (02) 6171 0900
The NDIS is operating in Canberra and the ACT.
Phone - (07) 3123 4887
The NDIS is being implemented in Queensland. There is a three year schedule from July 2016 to June 2019.
Queensland’s transition is occurring on a geographic basis, defined by Local Government Area (LGA) boundaries, as follows:
Between July 2016 to June 2017:
Townsville, Hinchinbrook, Burdekin, west to Mount Isa, and up to the gulf
Mackay, Isaac and Whitsundays
Toowoomba and west to the borders
Between July 2017 to June 2018:
Ipswich, Lockyer, Scenic Rim and Somerset
Rockhampton, Gladstone and west to the borders
Between July 2018 to June 2019:
Logan and Redlands
Cairns, Cassowary Coast, Tablelands, Croydon, Etheridge, Cape York and Torres Strait
Brisbane suburbs north of Brisbane River
Brisbane suburbs south of Brisbane River
Fraser Coast, North Burnett, South Burnett and Cherbourg
Gold Coast and Hinterland
Moreton Bay including Strathpine and Caboolture
Sunshine Coast, Noosa and Gympie
Phone - (08) 7070 6757
The NDIS is already being implemented in SA.
From 1 January 2017, the NDIS will begin to be available to young people aged between 15 and 17.
From 1 July 2017, adults aged 18 to 64 will begin to enter the NDIS based on where they live.
If you are aged between 18 and 64, visit ndis.gov.au/sa to find out when the NDIS will be available in your area.
Our Recent NDIS Clients
Translationz has been providing support for people living with disabilities from multicultural backgrounds. We have provided services interpreting service can provide interpreters in over 100 languages. We understand your culture and specific nuances of the language. And we experienced in providing interpreters for NDIS clients. We understand the sensitive nature of some clients and special circumstances. Our interpreters are patient and caring.
We provide interpreting services in the following languages.
Turkish, Korean, Mandarin, Vietnamese, Spanish, Arabic, Serbian, Italian, Japanese, Indonesian, Punjabi, Polish, Greek interpreters, Portuguese, Cantonese, French, German, Russian, Thai, Farsi interpreters and many other languages.
Our interpreters are local in VIC, NSW, QLD, WA and SA.
Translationz is familiar with the NDIS scheduling process. We are able to access the portal and set up the service booking. Or if you prefer, we can accept your service booking when you choose Translationz as your interpreting service provider.
Upon selecting Translationz we will provide you with a Service Level Agreement for your to review. We are happy to answer all your questions. We provide a detailed listing of the services we will provide with clear cancellation policy and terms. We pride ourselves having excellent customer service and we hold ourselves to high standards to make sure you are extremely pleased with the quality of service.
We pride ourselves having excellent customer service and we hold ourselves to high standards to make sure you are extremely pleased with the quality of service. We are passionate about providing compassionate high-quality interpreting services.
NDIS Pricing for Interpreter Services
The price we charge is the established price listed on the NDIS guidelines for interpreting services. The current rate as of May 2017 is $119.90 per hour total (no gst).
After the assignment, we will upload the invoice to the NDIS portal for your approval.
Feel free to call us anytime.
Translationz also provide Phone Interpreting Services.
The fee per hour is the published NDIS rate of 104.65 per hour.
We offer interpreters in by phone or video link for most of the common languages including Mandarin, Korean, Vietnamese, Persian, Arabic, Spanish, Italian, Greek, Cantonese, Turkish, Croatian, Polish, Hindi and Japanese. If the language you need is not specified it is likely we do provide professional interpreters for that language. Please call us at 03 9034 5299 and speak with an NDIS interpreter specialist.
We have more information on our blog regarding the NDIS services we do provide.
Below are related articles on NDIS in our Translationz Blog:
Did you know that you can access interpretation or translation services though the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS)? As a NDIS participant, you allocate your benefits to receive interpreter services. You can have an interpreter present with you to help facilitate conversations with doctor appointments, for example as well as getting help if you need to go to court. It’s important that you understand what a medical professional say to you and of course, you need to thoroughly understand what is said in a court of law. These are examples of occasions when it may be necessary for you to have an interpreter.
You can usually choose between having a onsite face to face interpreter or video or telephone interpreter. Which you choose depends on the circumstances in which you need an interpreter.
If you are an Australian, disabled and under 65 years of age, you may well qualify for assistance under the NDIS. You qualify for assistance if you have permanent residency in Australia, or if you hold a Protected Special Category Visa. If you have a permanent disability which prevents you from doing everyday things for yourself, you can seek help through the NDIS.
The NDIS is an insurance scheme. It replaces the old disability system which was, in the final analysis, inequitable and ineffective. This new system is disparate and Australia is now on the forefront of providing a compassionate and sensible disability systems. It is fair and sustainable and offers a lifetime of support to the disabled and as it identifies and helps people at an early stage. Disabled people who subscribe to the scheme will have better prospects and opportunities.
Who can access the NDIS?
Children with developmental problems, who are under 6 years old, can access the scheme, as can older people who have difficulty communicating with others. Making friends can be sometimes difficult for people with mental or physical disabilities and in such cases, support can be provided. If you have problems coping with your emotions and feelings, you can get help through the scheme.
Do you have difficulties learning new things, understanding and remembering them? Don’t worry, assistance can be provided. Basically, if you have some problems with coping with everyday things, from taking a bath or shower, or handling money, help is at hand.
If you or a close relative have a permanent disability and you subscribe to the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS), you can receive help to gain access to:-
How does the scheme work?
The NDIS has a register of approved providers of a wide variety of services. Someone who subscribes to the NDIS can choose a provider and enter into a written agreement, called a Service Agreement, with that person or organisation. The agreement will set out how and what agreed supports will be delivered.
All providers’ qualifications are checked so that the client is assured of the best service possible. The client is free to choose an appropriate provider who can meet their needs. You can rest assured that your provider will follow state or territory rules and regulations when you use their services.