Providers decide their prices based on the cost of providing supports or services. The NDIA does not set the prices that suppliers charge it. You can negotiate with your supplier and they can't charge you more than the price limit. You can download the latest price agreements, price limits and the NDIS support catalog on the pricing page.
The price agreements and price limits of the NDIS (formerly the NDIS Price Guide) help participants and support providers for people with disabilities to understand how price controls for supports and services work in the NDIS. Participants and suppliers can negotiate lower prices. The rules described in the NDIS price agreements and price limits must be followed when providing supports to participants managed by the NDIA or managed by the plan. The NDIS Grief Addendum lists the elements of support that providers can request after the death of an NDIS participant.
The NDIS Grief Annex is not a standalone document and should be read in conjunction with the price agreements and price limits of the NDIS. The Guide to Assistive Technology, Home Modifications and Consumables Codes lists the most commonly used supports. It is not a complete list of all the supports that the NDIS can provide as reasonably and needed. The pricing arrangements for specialized accommodation for people with disabilities (formerly the Price Guide for specialized accommodation for people with disabilities) are a summary of the prices that apply to specialized accommodation for people with disabilities (SDA) under the NDIS.
The cost model estimates the cost of providing one hour of billable support taking into account all the costs associated with each billable hour. The NDIS cost model for support workers for people with disabilities has been updated to better reflect the cost structures of efficient providers in the sector. Learn more about using this tool. The supplier search animation explains how to use the supplier search engine.
If you provide a range of services and only one of them belongs to a high-risk registry group, you will need to undergo a certification audit. HOWEVER, all suppliers who request to register must perform an audit of the NDIS in accordance with the applicable NDIS practical standards as part of the registration requirements of the NDIS Commission. If your plan is managed by the NDIA or is managed by a plan, your provider must follow the price agreements and price limits of the NDIS. Pricing agreements are the rules for when and how a provider can request support and services from their NDIS funds.
MyCareSpace has partnered with an NDIS consultant who can help you prepare all the necessary documentation and processes required by the NDIS Commission. Some NDIS companies may also want to keep inventory that you use on customer visits or that you provide to customers, such as assistive technology devices and personal care items. This type of audit is for NDIS companies that offer lower-risk and less complex services and support. The home and housing demonstration projects annex is an addition to the new SIL support element to specifically support the implementation of the demonstration projects on home and housing, for use by NDIS providers with a memorandum of understanding to carry out the demonstration project of the first round.