Brain Treatment Centre are pleased to advise that under Section 73E of the National Disability Insurance Scheme Act, the NDIS Commission has approved BTC as a registered NDIS provider.

Agency/NDIA Managed Participants can only access Registered Providers.

BTC Registration Id: 4-FI5DZ1P

For BTC Australia, the Support Category is: Capacity Building Supports

Support purpose categories are designed to align with the Outcomes Framework. This helps participants choose supports that help them in achieving their goals, and providers to understand how the supports they provide contribute to the participant’s goals.

Registration Group: Improved Daily Living Skills
This NDIS category includes the assessment, training, development and/or therapy to assist in the development or increase in skills for independence and community participation. Supports can be delivered in groups or individually.

In developing your plan, your goals need to align with our therapy outcomes and functional recovery; these include:
• Increased sleep quality
• Increased sleep duration
• Increased attention span
• Increased sociability
• Increased motivation
• Increased concentration and focus
• Increased emotional stability
• increased ability to adapt to change
• Improvement in clarity of thought
• Improvement in mood
• Decreased craving (e.g. drugs and alcohol)
• Improved self-confidence and self-esteem
• Reduction of anxiety
• Reduction of pain


In the NDIS payment system, supports for participants fall into three categories:

  1. Core supports

A support helping a participant complete daily living activities and work towards their goals to meet their objectives.

  1. Capital supports

An investment, such as assistive technologies, equipment and home or vehicle modifications, or funding for capital costs (e.g. to pay for Specialist Disability Accommodation).

  1. Capacity building supports

A support that helps a participant build their independence and skills.

Supports in participant plans are categorised according to these three categories. Within a plan, participant budgets are subject to NDIS rules in relation to these three categories.