News | 6 April 2020

NDIS participants can get supermarket priority home deliveries

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Picture of some groceries laid out on a table. Some of the groceries are in a box while others are sitting beside it. It includes things like chips, bread rolls and Tim Tams. Because everyone knows Tim Tams are essential in a crisis

The Minister for the NDIS has announced that NDIS participants will now be given priority for home delivery from certain supermarkets.

Shopping trolley emoji  From today NDIS participants will be able to order online and have their shopping delivered to their door.

Shopping trolley emoji  All participants will be sent a code by text or email today.

Shopping trolley emoji  You can then order your shopping online and enter the code when prompted.

Shopping trolley emoji  This is available for all Woolworths, Coles, IGA, Foodworks and Harris Farm supermarkets.

Shopping trolley emoji  This is available to ALL NDIS participants. If your child is an NDIS participant you may also use the service.

Shopping trolley emoji  Many people with disability who are not NDIS participants are also eligible for priority delivery – please check with your local supermarkets to find out more.

This is fantastic news for NDIS participants and their families. We have heard lots of stories about people having trouble with their shopping and this will really help. We hope this kind of assistance will be extended very soon to all people with disability, regardless of whether they are an NDIS participant or not.

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👉 NDIS – Priority home delivery service for NDIS participants

👉 NDIS – Priority home delivery services

👉 Sydney Morning Herald – Supermarkets set to prioritise food and grocery home delivery to disabled


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