Returning your ARF and supporting information
You can return your Access Request Form and supporting information to us when you (or your authorised representative) have:
- completed all the relevant sections of the Access Request Form
- signed and dated the ARF
- gathered your supporting information.
You can return your Access Request Form and supporting information to us by:
Email is the quickest way to:
- return your Access Request Form and supporting information
- receive information from us about your access request.
If you can, provide us with your email address, or the email address of someone you trust, so that we can send important information to you about your access request.
Please do not send USB devices or CDs, as we will not be able to use this information.
Supporting Evidence Form
If we need more information from you so we can make a decision about your request, we will let you know. You can then ask your treating health professional to complete the Supporting Evidence Form.
If the NDIA requests more information from you after you have submitted your access request you can:
- Have your treating health professional complete the SEF
- Get them to give you the completed form in person or by email
- Return the completed form to us by email, post, or take it to your local NDIA office.
Download the supporting evidence form:
If you don’t currently use disability services, or you have questions about how to apply, please contact us.
For children younger than 9:
- contact an early childhood partner in your local area.
In some areas, such as remote and very remote areas of NSW, NT, QLD, SA & WA we do not have early childhood partners to deliver our early childhood approach.
If you live in an area that doesn’t have an early childhood partner, and you have concerns about your child’s development or disability you should first speak with your doctor, child health nurse, early childhood educator or other health professional.
- speak with your doctor, child health nurse, remote community connector, early childhood educator or other health professional
- contact your nearest NDIS office. Visit the Contact Us page or call us on 1800 800 110 for further information
- email us at [email protected] or contact us by using webchat.
We will work with you to connect you and your child to the NDIS or to supports in your community.
The NDIS will cover the cost of providing supports to you and your child under the early childhood approach, where applicable.
People aged 9 to 65 years:
If you need help with English call our TIS service on 131 450.
If you have hearing or speech loss: