Welcome to NIISQ
The National Injury Insurance Scheme (NIISQ) is a no-fault Scheme which provides eligible people with necessary and reasonable treatment, care and support, in some cases for their lifetime.
Anyone who experiences serious personal injuries as a result of a motor vehicle accident in Queensland, on or after 1 July 2016, may be eligible to receive support from NIISQ.
Ben was injured at work as a track work rider in 2017 when he came off a horse in a collision and sustained a spinal cord injury. Ben's injury resulted in his inability to walk and he began to adapt to life with his manual wheelchair.
Chris is a Gomeroi man who sustained a spinal cord injury in a motor vehicle accident in September 2017. NIISQ has helped Chris to get back into life after injury.
Savannah sustained a traumatic brain injury from a motor vehicle accident in July 2016 at the age of 19 years old.
NIISQ vs NDIS
The NIISQ & the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) are two separate schemes designed to provide funding and access to support for people with a disability.
They are administered by different agencies, and also have different eligibility requirements, available supports and funding methods.
Research opportunity: what stops or helps people with traumatic brain injury to be physically active?
We would like to ask for your help in supporting our research friends at the University of Sydney,
Wishing a very big congratulations to 11-year-old NIISQ participant Jaxon! Jaxon was recently
NIISQ Agency and University of Queensland collaborate to support people with traumatic brain injury
We’re pleased to announce the completion of our research project Capacity building for
The NIISQ Agency is committed to providing an inclusive and culturally safe environment for our participants and their families.Learn more about how we work with First Peoples participants
Last updated: January 2023