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Fee for Service


Sometimes a support is necessary, but funding isn’t available. This can be frustrating, but you do have options available. Rocky Bay offers payment options for you to fund your own services on a pay-as-you-go basis.

Reasons our customers choose this option include:

  • Under-funded supports
  • Waiting for a plan or a revised plan to commence
  • Supports for a sibling or family member of the person with an NDIS plan
  • The simple convenience of living near a Rocky Bay hub.

With locations across Perth and over 80 years of accumulated knowledge, Rocky Bay has the skills and facilities to find what’s possible with your health.

Many services are available using Fee for Service, including therapy, equipment and community services. EFTPOS facilities with HiCAPS is available and you may be able to claim through your private health insurance supplier.

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What is Fee for Service?

Fee for Service means paying for Rocky Bay services through your private health insurance or your own funds, when NDIS or other funding isn’t available. Most of Rocky Bay’s services can be funded this way, with EFTPOS and HiCAPS facilities available, meaning you can make a claim at the time of service.

Who is it for?

Anyone can access Rocky Bay services using Fee for Service. You do not need to be NDIS registered, or have a diagnosis. For example, the siblings of our customers may receive physiotherapy at the same time, for the sheer convenience of attending the same facility at the same time.

Where is the service located?

Rocky Bay provides therapy, community and equipment services right across the Perth metropolitan area.


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