Below are our recommended NDIS Registered Assistive Living Partners and Providers by State that are familiar with the installation of The Therm-Oz thermostatic shower and can be contacted for further help and guidance through the process of installing your own NDIS shower.
We would recommend contacting a NDIS registered Home Modifier for clarification of what is needed by them. As an example, for NDIS and SWEP applications, below is a list of the frequently requested information required by an NDIS approved Home Modification company to provide a quotation to install a Therm-Oz thermostatic shower.
- Existing Plan
- Proposed Plan
- Lots of Photos
- General Scope of Works
- Any Material Specifications
- Wall Elevations (for bathroom modifications)
They may need to make you aware that they will include pricing for a Pressure Reducing Valve to be fitted to a property if the water pressure is found to be too high on initial checking. Most properties do not require this; however, it should only be applied if required.
We are always happy to take calls to clarify any technical queries that an NDIS Shower Provider or NDIS Registered Home Modifier may have if they are not yet familiar with point of use thermostatic showers.
Therm-Oz Home Modification Partners
Check our our preferred suppliers by state, or find a registered NDIS Shower Provider near you.
For self-managed NDIS plans, the NDIS Assistive Technology Team classify the thermostatic shower as a Category 3 Item. Discover more about how you can use our thermostative shower valves to support those with disabilities.
How do I as an OT assessor obtain a quotation to submit to NDIS for approval?
As the Therm-Oz thermostatic shower is currently classed as a Category 3 item (please see NDIS note above) then an assessment as per current NDIS guidelines will be required.
Complex home modification (CHM) assessments: