The abuse, neglect, and general well-being of participants are affected. There is even a risk of death. This is the reason for risk management. When NDIS service providers get it wrong, participants feel dissatisfied.
So, like many companies, we have this in common. However, when things go really badly for service providers, the effect on participants is much greater. This is why risk management is such an important topic in our market and is included in the NDIS standards of practice. The NDIA protects the NDIS from fraud and non-compliance that result in the misuse of NDIS funds.
Our goal is to protect NDIS funding for participants, so that the NDIS is available to Australians with disabilities when they need it. You have the right to decide what you do each day and to make your own life decisions. For all of us, our choices come with some risks. We all make our own decisions about how much risk we want to take in our lives.
You should also be able to choose how much risk you want to take in your life. NDIS worker selection control is one way to reduce the risk of injury to people with disabilities. This authorizes a person to work in certain functions. Non-compliance means not following the rules and regulations of the NDIS.
Non-compliance can range from a simple mistake to criminal matters such as fraud. It can be accidental or deliberate. A “self-managed plan” is one in which an NDIS participant or their plan candidate contracts NDIS supports and services on their own. For more information on the NDIS worker selection database, including how to request access to the database and use it, see the NDIS worker selection page, the flow chart and the quick reference guide.
Safeguards are important to protect your right to be safe and to receive quality services from NDIS providers and workers. When she found a new provider for this support, she notified Emergence Care 30 days in advance before transferring her supports to the new provider. If you have questions about how to use NDIS funds, your NDIS planner or LAC can provide advice and support to help you do the right thing. However, registration can assure NDIS participants that the services and supports of the NDIS provider meet the level of quality and safety established in the NDIS standards of practice.
The NDIS Commission found that many of these participants had experienced similar high-pressure practices by this supplier. You can talk to the NDIS Quality and Safeguards Commission if you have questions about the quality or safety of your current NDIS supports or services. The NDIS Commission is responsible for establishing, operating and maintaining the NDIS worker selection database that supports the NDIS worker selection verification. The NDIS worker selection check is only available to those who provide NDIS supports and services to NDIS participants.
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