The increasing maturity of the NDIA means we are collecting a lot of valuable data. This gives a picture of the needs, successes and challenges for Australians who live with a disability, those who support them, and those who work within the sector.
The NDIS is sharing this data in a range of formats including downloadable reports and spreadsheets, analysis and presentations. As new information becomes available it will be added. Over time, more features will be added with data visualisation tools to make it easier to identify the data required.
We invite you to explore this data to further your own knowledge of the disability sector, its challenges and the way the NDIS is working to create a more accessible and inclusive society.
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Participants and the NDIS - 31 December 2019
People with disability are being supported by the Scheme
Participants joined the Scheme this quarter
People received supports for the first time
Providers and the NDIS as at 31 December 2019
Providers have provided services to participants
Providers have provided services this quarter
Providers started services last quarter
December 2019 Data Release Highlights
NDIS public data sharing policy
- The complete NDIS public data sharing policy was released in September 2019. Now a summary of the policy regarding data NDIA will share, and how the NDIA makes decisions on releasing that data is also available.
New and refreshed data
- New data about longitudinal and baseline outcome indicators, plan management types, Service District (SD) to Local Government Area (LGA) mapping and participant count by diagnosis based on 30 September 2019.
- All data cubes and tables are now available on one page for downloadable data .
- Refresh of all previously released data cubes and tables to 30 September 2019.
- Refer to data reporting improvements (DOCX 81KB) document to review changes in reporting methodology this quarter.
New interactive maps
- New interactive visualisations are now available for utilisation of plan budgets and market concentration data.
- New enhanced geographical heat map by service district that can be viewed on a laptop or PC for utilisation of plan budgets and market concentration data.
- Work on enhancing the accessibility features of these visualisations is ongoing to ensure a quality experience for all users.
- Geographical heat maps for active participants and active providers will be released in the coming months.
New report deep dives
- Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander participants.
- Culturally and Linguistically Diverse participants.
Refer to the data release plan (PDF130KB) or the links above for more detail.