Rainbow Club is registered by NDIS to provide services under the following categories:
- Development Life Skills
- Early Childhood Supports
- Participate Community
We will accept NDIS Service Bookings prior to the start of each term (families will be notified of the dates via email).
If you intend to use your child’s NDIS funding to pay for term fees, please click here to complete your Service Agreement. This Service Agreement needs to be completed regardless of whether your child’s plan is being self-managed, NDIA managed or managed by a Plan Manager.
All Service Agreements must be completed to ensure that your child is included on the schedule for each term.
Please be aware that the fee structure has changed for 2018 (see ‘2018 Fee Options‘).
Many of our members have found the below categories and codes relevant when building their plans to include Rainbow Club.
Category: Core Supports
Support Budget: Community, social and recreational activities
Support Item Name: Community, social and recreational activities
Support Reference Number:
04_105_0125_6_1 FOR CLUBS THAT MEET ON SATURDAYS
04_106_0125_6_1 FOR CLUBS THAT MEET ON SUNDAYS
Category: Capacity Building
Support Budget: Community participation activities
Support Item Name: Participation in community based activities that build skills and independence.
Support Reference: 09_010_0125_6_3
If you are planning a full year of Rainbow Club Membership, you should allow $1,120 for 2018.
Transitioning to NDIS and Rainbow Club Fees
The Board of Rainbow Club has considered the future for the organisation in the NDIS world.
The decision has been made to transition to a membership payment structure where Rainbow Clubs’ total costs will be charged to members.
At current costs this means that we are transitioning to a fee of $280 per school term. In making this transition, the Board retains its policy that no child will be deprived of a Rainbow Club membership because of family financial hardship and anybody needing fee relief should contact the Rainbow Club General Manager.
The Board have also recognised that once the transition has been implemented, it will greatly relieve the pressure on clubs and their committees to fundraise to keep the club operating.
The transition is expected to take 2 years.