Learn more about using this tool. Service providers will continue to receive funding from the Victorian Government when providing services to people who qualify, until they make the transition to the NDIS. The NDIS provides reasonable and necessary funding to people with a permanent and significant disability to access the supports and services they need to live and enjoy life. The NDIS provides support to eligible individuals with intellectual, physical, sensory, cognitive and psychosocial disabilities.
Once you have your NDIS plan, you can start looking for services that will provide your services and supports. From myplace, you can view your NDIS plan, check your contact details, create and view payment requests, share your plan with a service provider, and also find service providers that support you. Every provider will be different, so it's important to find a provider that can meet your needs and provide you with the support services you want to access. These directory tables also include several service providers that are not listed in the NDIS, but that can continue to provide support services if your NDIS plan is managed or self-managed, or if you pay for the services yourself.
The NDIS describes a service provider as “a person, company, or organization that provides funded services. One of the many ways in which the NDIS gives you choice and control is by allowing you to choose which NDIS service providers you use.