Comply with the NDIS practical standards for your relevant registry groups (as determined by the types of services and supports you offer) and the NDIS Code of Conduct. Approve a suitability assessment: The NDIS Commission evaluates whether providers and their key staff are eligible to provide NDIS services and supports. This full overview will discuss the NDIS Commission portal and its features, benefits and how it supports the quality and safety of people with disabilities. Providers can access information on compliance requirements, incidents and complaints, and the NDIS Commission can monitor compliance and take necessary action.
The portal helps providers understand their obligations and comply with the standards and requirements of the NDIS Commission by providing access to various tools and resources. Learn more about the NDIS supplier registration requirements with the NDIS Quality and Safeguards Commission. Approved quality auditors also use the NDIS Commission portal to record their audit recommendations for a supplier's application for registration with the NDIS Quality and Safeguards Commission. The NDIS Commission portal offers a variety of tools and resources to support quality and safeguards for people with disabilities.
If you don't have an NDIS Commission Portal user account, see the Quick Reference Guide: How to access the NDIS Commission portal. The NDIS Commission portal contains tools for providers to manage their registry and comply with their obligations.