Responsibilities of NDIS suppliers: charging within price limits and price agreements as specified in the NDIS price agreements and price limits. Declare prices to participants before providing a service. Give participants a receipt to be acquitted from their plan. Support that helps the participant to complete the activities of daily living and to work to achieve their goals.
An NDIS provider is an organization or person responsible for providing services or support to beneficiaries of NDIS funds. The NDIS Commission will work with you to help you understand and comply with registration responsibilities. If you have just started providing services to NDIS participants, it can be confusing what your responsibilities and obligations are as an NDIS service provider. You can find more information on how to update your details and points of sale on the NDIS Commission website.
The NDIS Commission provides information and guidance to help you understand how to meet the requirements in the context of your organization. The NDIS Commission will inform you about the type of audit you need, which will be based on your registry groups. 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 Quality and Safeguards Commission functions as an independent body that works with service providers to ensure that participants have relevant and efficient support throughout the life cycle of the Program.
The NDIS Quality and Safeguards Commission is an independent body that works with service providers to ensure that participants and providers are supported throughout the Program. 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. Their role in the NDIS is important, as are the obligations established by the Code of Conduct and the Quality and Safeguards Commission. Your responsibilities as a service provider in the NDIS mean that you must follow the NDIS Code of Conduct as the basis for everything.
To apply for or renew registration with the NDIS Commission, all suppliers are audited according to the practical standards of the NDIS.