The most common form of settlement is a meeting between the person filing the complaint and the person with a disability affected by an issue raised in the. Service agreements help ensure that the participant and provider have the same expectations about what supports will be provided and how they will be provided. An NDIS participant interacts with many state and territorial government agencies in their daily lives. Sometimes, the quality of service provided by these agencies improves as we learn more about the specific supports for people with disabilities that are funded in the participant's plan.
State and territorial government agencies regularly request information from the NDIA when it is possible or practicable to do so. Use the consent forms prescribed by the NDIA for this purpose. The National Disability Insurance Agency recognizes the country's traditional landlords and custodians across Australia and recognizes their ongoing connection to land, sea and community. We pay our respects to people, cultures and the elderly of the past, the present and the emerging.
The NDIS Quality and Safeguards Commission (NDIS Commission) is responsible for regulating suppliers in all states and territories. More information and legislation on service contracts can be found on the website of the NDIS Quality and Safeguards Commission. The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission has information to help businesses, including non-profit organizations that provide goods or services to consumers with disabilities or NDIS participants.