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. Early childhood intervention providers who work with children under 7 years of age who participate in the NDIS report on the services and supports they provide at least once a year.
All existing suppliers that access the myplace supplier portal myplace will be able to access the my NDIS supplier portal. The step-by-step guide to my NDIS provider portal describes how my NDIS provider portal works with examples of the portal's menus and screens. By creating a business page on Facebook and Instagram, NDIS participants who use these platforms to search for suppliers will be able to find you and contact you. 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 my NDIS provider portal allows providers to create online SDA housing enrollment requests and view and manage the application process from start to finish. The my NDIS provider portal, which is accessed by providers specializing in accommodation for the disabled, allows providers to register and manage SDA housing. The locations of the suppliers are shown on a map (unless the supplier has chosen to have their address deleted). The my NDIS provider portal is separate from the MyPlace provider portal, where providers submit payment requests and create service bookings.
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). The NDIS provides funding to participants for supports and services aimed at increasing their independence, inclusion, and social and economic participation. 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. Some vendors offer support from different locations and the vendor finder can display this information using the “Point of Sale Details” feature.
As a vendor that works with NDIS participants, it's also a good idea to consider the accessibility of your website. 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. The NDIS describes a service provider as “a person, company, or organization that provides funded services.