What is AT Mentoring?

Peer advice to help you reach your AT goals

What is AT Mentoring? 

AT Mentoring uses a peer support model to provide information, advice, and letters of advice for AT to NDIS participants.

Using their lived experience of disability, AT Mentors research, compare, and present equipment or technology options that will best suit your needs.

Our qualified AT Advisors provide advice or letters of advice for low to mid-cost (low-risk) AT under the NDIS.

Together with you, AT Mentors work to find the best AT solution to meet your needs. 

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How it works

Mentors will provide NDIS participants with impartial information and letters of advice to access low-mid cost (low-risk) equipment and technology items that are less than $15,000.

AT Mentoring services are provided using telecommunication, which includes phone calls, video calling or conferencing, email, and instant messaging. This is also referred to as ‘telehealth’. 

NDIS Participants can request and fund our AT Mentor service with their NDIS Plan Capacity Building Budget. Line-item numbers for this service are for 7 years or older: 15_053_0128_1_3 and for those who are younger than 7 years: 15_008_0118_1_3.

Please complete the AT Mentor Request Form here. Once we have received your request a member of our team will contact you to progress your request. If you require further information, please don't hesitate to give us a call at (08) 6202 4728 to chat about how we can help you.

Follow this link to our frequently asked questions.


Get Started!

Complete our AT Mentor request form here and then we will get in touch to discuss your needs.

Following the receipt of your request, our mentors will work with you to provide advice and evidence for AT that will enable you to achieve your goals.

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Disclaimer: The information provided as part of this service is related to the assistive technology that you have requested to support your current needs and goals. This information is not intended to constitute a comprehensive guide concerning all aspects of assistive technology, nor is it intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice.

You should use your own judgment to ascertain whether a particular product or service is suitable for your circumstances. Should your needs change in complexity or you wish to purchase assistive technology that is not low or mid cost (exceeding $15 000), consult a health care professional for further advice and/or assessment

Full terms and conditions of this service are set out in your AT Mentoring Service Quote, Terms of Service, and Service Agreement.