Compliance within the NDIS means following the standards established by the NDIA and the National Quality and Safeguards Commission (NDIS Commission). The NDIS Standards of Practice refer to the rules of the National Disability Insurance Plan developed for the purposes of section 73T. B) if the modification or revocation relates to a person employed or otherwise contracted by an NDIS provider, please notify the NDIS provider of the modification or revocation as soon as possible. Then, despite Articles 67B and 67G of this Act, the Commissioner or the Commission official must, in accordance with the Royal Commissions Act of 1902, disclose that information. The NDIS Commission will inform you about the type of audit you need, which will be based on your registry groups.
The NDIS Commission will work with you to help you understand and comply with registration responsibilities. A) the first person requests the disclosure of information to an official of the Commission or another person, regardless of whether any protected information of the Commission is actually disclosed; and A) an amount of the NDIS or the amounts of the NDIS that are intended to be paid to or with respect to a person (the first person) are made to a financial institution to credit an account that the first person held in the institution or the first person and one or more other persons; and The information is considered to have been disclosed for the purposes of the Act of Royal Commissions of 1902 and of the corresponding Royal Commission. Commissioner means the Commissioner of the NDIS Quality and Safeguards Commission referred to in section 181C. A) an amount of the NDIS or the amounts of the NDIS are paid to a financial institution for the credit of an account held at the institution; and.
E) if an NDIS provider, or a person employed or otherwise contracted by an NDIS provider, is subject to a prohibition order, whether the person is providing supports or services in violation of the order;. B) before the day of the consent judgment or the agreement, the amounts of the NDIS (the previous amounts of the NDIS) related to the participant's disability had been paid. A) is independent of the Agency, the Commission and any NDIS provider that provides support or services to the person with disabilities; and. C) an amount specified in the notification, which is an amount equal to the amount of the NDIS or the sum of the amounts of the NDIS;.
A participant receiving an amount from the NDIS, or a person receiving an amount from the NDIS on behalf of a participant, must spend the money according to the participant's plan. NDIS worker selection control means an evaluation, under an NDIS law, of whether a person who works or seeks to work with people with disabilities represents a risk to those people.