Providers

ALERT: This site contains new information about provider registration that ALL NDIS registered providers, and those thinking about registering, should read in preparation for the roll out to full scheme. Providers operating in existing trial sites will also need to read this information.

Read an overview of the changes to provider registration and
what you need to do and access the updated provider registration kit.

NDIS Providers are individuals or organisations registered with the NDIA to deliver a support or product to a participant of the NDIS. Each participant in the Scheme will have an individualised plan that identifies the outcomes they wish to achieve, the disability supports that will be funded by the NDIS, and other supports the person requires. Participants have choice and control over the providers they engage to deliver supports in their plan.

The NDIS is currently being trialled in seven locations across Australia and we are also preparing for national roll out of the Scheme.

This page gives providers who are new to the NDIS some guidance on starting work with the NDIA. Registering with the NDIA is a two-stage process. We understand that providers across the country are keen to prepare for registration with the NDIS.

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See an overview of the changes to provider registration

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Overview information about the NDIS for providers, including benefits and how to register

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  • Price guide and updates
  • Support clusters
  • Payments
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Find providers and information on the supports they provide

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  • Registering with the NDIA
  • Matching of existing state support categories
  • Terms of business
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Information and resources about the Early Childhood Interventions model

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  • Managing user access to the provider portal
  • Working in the provider portal
  • About AUSkey
  • Technical requirements
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We aim to ensure that all participants are able to access high-quality services that will enable them to achieve their goals

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Specific transition arrangements for providers working under existing arrangements as well as the NDIS during roll out

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Information for new providers about starting work with the NDIA

Provider registration