We couldn’t keep this under wraps any longer!
After months of concepting, researching, designing, testing, re-designing, and re-testing again, we finally get to tell you folks what we have been up to at AbilitySeer – and we couldn’t be more pumped!
In just a few weeks we will be launching a new online app called MyAccessRequest.
MyAccessRequest is a cutting-edge dynamic document generating platform, unlike anything that’s been seen previously.
It’s the first of its kind in the market, allowing prospective NDIS participants to generate compliant NDIS supporting letters to attach to their Access Request Form.
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This app is a going to be a game changer!
We understand that meeting the eligibility requirements to become an NDIS participant is complex and time consuming. Usually, it requires a Doctor, therapist, or other practitioner to provide information which clearly addresses the eligibility criteria in a way which integrates the NDIS legislation, Rules, Operational Guidelines and recently decided cases from the Administrative Appeals Tribunal which concern access into a supporting medical letter.
This is where MyAccessRequest shines! It assists the user of the app to provide quality information to the NDIS National Access Team, so the NDIS applicant’s request has the best prospects of success.
This dynamic document generator collects data inputted by the user, and gives prompts to users of the platform, which address the key eligibility requirements needed for a person to become an NDIS participant. Users can generate NDIS support letters that seamlessly integrate legislation, rules, operational guidelines and AAT cases concerning eligibility into a compelling draft output letter.
This is a dream come true for Doctors, Community sector workers, people with disability and their carers.
You asked for it, we listened, and have delivered it!!
We are so excited to be able to offer this revolutionary platform to the community, medical and disability sectors working in the NDIS space.
Stay tuned for more information in coming weeks when we officially launch MyAccessRequest!