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- Participant, family and carer opportunities
- Open consultations
- Recent consultations
- Consultation summaries
- Consultation submissions
- When we contact you
We’d like to hear from you about the changes we’re making to ensure the NDIS is simpler, faster, fairer and more flexible. You can have your say on how we deliver these improvements so that they work for everyone.
Your feedback is important to us.
Your feedback is important to us.
Annual Pricing Review 2022-23 Consultation Paper
We encourage submissions from everyone including advocacy groups, participants, nominees and carers, government, providers, plan managers, professional and provider peak bodies, researchers, as well as workers unions.
The closing date for submissions is AEST 11:59 pm Thursday 13 April 2023.
Find out more about the Annual pricing review.
Long form outcomes survey
Open for consultation: Long form outcomes survey
Tasmanian participant focus groups
Participants in Tasmania involved in the test may be contacted by SMS to take part in focus groups led by Tasmanian advocacy organisations.
You may be asked to share your recent NDIS experience during access, pre-planning, planning, or using the new my NDIS participant portal.
Find out more: I’m in Tasmania and involved in the NDIS test. How can I provide feedback?
Tasmanian participant experience surveys
Open for consultation: Tasmanian participant experience surveys
Cultural and Linguistic Diversity Strategy: feedback on solutions and actions to improve the NDIS.
From February to March 2023 we invited people with lived experience of disability from cultural and linguistically diverse (CALD) backgrounds to share their feedback on our proposed solutions and actions in the new CALD Strategy and action plan 2023-2027.
The final strategy and action plan will be delivered in 2023.
You can learn about how we are co-designing the CALD Strategy.
Cultural and Linguistic Diversity Strategy focus group
Invitations to join the Cultural and Linguistic Diversity (CALD) Strategy focus groups closed on 6 November 2022.
You can read the outcome of the Discover Phase consultations in the CALD Strategy Discover Report .
Information Gathering for Access and Planning (IGAP)
The NDIS survey about IGAP closed on Friday 12 August.
Continence provider list survey
The NDIA survey about the Continence provider list closed on 13 May 2022.
Read the news item to find out more.
Participant survey on self-management
The NDIS participant survey on self-management closed on Monday 14 March 2022.
You can view the feedback we received in the survey report.
Financial Benchmarking Survey - 2021-22
The NDIS Financial Benchmarking Survey closed on Friday 4 February 2022.
If you have any questions about the survey please email [email protected].
Market engagement - partners in the community program
The Market engagement partners in the community program feedback submissions closed at 5pm AEDT on Tuesday 23 November 2021. You can view the feedback we received in the market engagement summary report.
You can read the feedback on previous consultations on changes to the NDIS:
See the We listened page for more reports on past NDIS consultations.
To successfully deliver and improve the NDIS, we need the input, expertise and advice of participants, their families and carers, providers, the disability sector and community.
Releasing the feedback we have received is part of our ongoing commitment to NDIS participants, providers and the disability sector for greater transparency.
See the Consultation submissions page to find individual and organisations submissions we have received in recent consultations.
When we contact you
From time to time, the NDIA may contact participants, providers and stakeholders through phone calls, SMS, emails, letters or other accessible formats to seek feedback on their experience with the Scheme.
Check the list below to see what outreach the NDIA is doing. If you are contacted by the NDIA in relation to your plan, the caller will always explain who they are and confirm your identity over the phone.
If you’re worried the call is a scam, you can visit Scamwatch.