NDIS National Disability Insurance Scheme

NDIS Funding for Arundel Park Riding for Disabled Inc

We are pleased to announce APRDA is an approved registered NDIS service provider.

NDIS Provider Registration Number: 4050010028

Registration Groups:

  • Innovative Community Participation
  • Group/Centre Group Activities
  • Participate Community


Arundel Park offers a variety of programs to allow each rider the opportunity to grow and develop to the best of their ability. The benefits of this programs are:

 Physical Fitness: Improve your overall fitness by developing core strength, balance, postural control and coordination to fulfil daily life.

Therapeutic Value: Increase mobility and improved neuromotor function while having fun and interacting with horses.

 Emotional Wellbeing: Companionship with horses regulating emotions and increases self-esteem and concentration through achievements and enjoyment.

NDIS Chart for APRDA Services

Please click here for printable format –  NDIS Brochure 2024

Social Acceptance: Enhance your identity and confidence through reciprocal communication with peers, staff and volunteers.

Respect: Learn to follow directions and make choices to achieve your goals.

 Equestrian Skills: Develop horsemanship both mounted and unmounted

More NDIS Information

The National Disability Insurance Scheme is the new way of providing individualised support for eligible people with permanent and significant disability, their families and carers.
It is important to consider Arundel Park Riding For Disabled Inc when making your personalised NDIS plan. If therapeutic horse facilitated programs are approved within your NDIS plan, you will be able to access individual funding to participate in our programs. If therapeutic horse facilitated programs are not deemed appropriate, other payment options will be available.
To help you with your NDIS planning, we have outlined some key benefits our programs are designed to develop and advance:
Physical: Fitness, core strength, balance, postural control, coordination.
Therapeutic: Increase mobility, improved neuromotor function.
Emotional: Improved emotional regulation.
Social: Reciprocal communication and improved social skills, gained confidence.

To become an NDIS participant a person must:

  • Have a permanent disability that significantly affects their ability to
    take part in everyday activities;
  • Be aged less than 65 when they first enter the NDIS;
  • Be an Australian citizen or hold a permanent visa or a Protected Special
    Category visa; and
  • Live in Australia where the NDIS is available.

To check your eligibility and apply for funding please visit www.ndis.gov.au

If you cannot get access to funding, contact us for help finding individual sponsorship from community members that understand the benefits that our services can offer individuals.

For further information about the NDIS go to www.ndis.gov.au or contact the National Disability Insurance Agency on 1800 800 110.

For further information about the APRDA programs covered under the NDIS funding scheme please contact our office on (07) 5594 0305 or info@arundelparkrda.com.au for an emailed brochure.


10 Things to ask your provider.

1. How many staff hold qualifications for specialised coaching and working with disabilities
2. What communication techniques do staff use
3. Who is the qualified first aider
4. What risk assessments have been carried out
5. What level of insurance is held
6. Are welfare requirements for horses meeting and exceeding state and national guidelines
7. What is the ratio of coaches to participants
8. How do you safeguard vulnerable adults and children
9. What training is given to volunteers
10. When were you last audited?