Like the NDIS, this interface accepts a single search syntax and returns a. Thanks to its flexibility, different information providers can provide the same information. Learn more about using this tool. The supplier search animation explains how to use the supplier search engine.
The supplier search tool, available on myplace's provider and participant portals, offers both suppliers and participants the ability to search for suppliers by name, location and group of services or professionals. A provider is a person, company, or organization that provides NDIS-funded support to participants. Providers have different areas of experience and expertise. Partner health providers provide tests, evaluations, and reports that inform the access and planning decisions made by NDIA delegates (planners) under the NDIS Act.
The step-by-step guide to my NDIS provider portal describes how my NDIS provider portal works with examples of the menus and screens of the portal. To help participants find suppliers in the Provider Search, it is important that all their data is up to date in the NDIS Quality and Safeguards Commission (NDIS Commission). All housing specializing in housing for people with disabilities (SDA) must be enrolled in the NDIA through my NDIS provider portal. Depending on the supports that are approved in your plan, you may decide to use fewer services with one provider so that you can get other services with another provider.
More information and copies of the “I heart NDIS” and “I Support NDIS” logos can be found on the Trademarks and Use of Logos page. The NDIS price agreements and price limits list the maximum prices that providers can request for personal care, community access, domestic assistance, and professional services. The NDIS provides funding to participants for supports and services aimed at increasing their independence, inclusion, and social and economic participation. The NDIS provides necessary funding to people with a permanent and significant disability so that they can access the supports and services they need to live and enjoy life.
Some vendors offer support from different locations and the vendor finder can display this information using the “Point of Sale Details” feature. All existing suppliers that access the myplace supplier portal myplace will be able to access the my NDIS supplier portal. The AHPA provider preparation checklist (external) contains important information on how to become an NDIS provider. Your plan administrator will then be able to view the parts of the plan that you manage on your behalf on my NDIS provider portal.