The NDIA would like to invite all new NDIS providers to attend an information session on working as an NDIS provider. This session will benefit new providers that have started delivering supports to NDIS participants. This session will cover: a brief overview of the NDIS and support budgets NDIS Pricing Arrangements and Pricing Limits Working with participants Using the myplace provider portal Service agreements and service bookings Payment request and enquiries An opportunity for attendees to ask questions Registration is through Eventbrite, please read our advice on using the Eventbrite platform located on the NDIS website: Privacy | NDIS.
The National Disability Insurance Agency invites participants, parents, carers, legal guardians, nominees and other decision makers to attend an information session about Assistive Technology. Information provided at this session will cover the different risk categories for Assistive Technology; processes for getting Assistive Technology funding and paying providers for Low, Mid and High Cost categories; when to seek advice from an advisor or an assessor to obtain the assessment required; and how urgent repairs are funded. For all enquiries regarding this session, please contact [email protected] and include the session name in the subject line.
To help us deliver better outcomes for participants today and into the future, we built a new computer system – PACE, and improved the way we work.
The NDIA invites Plan Managers to attend an information session to learn how their roles function within the new PACE system.
PACE will eventually replace the NDIA’s current computer system. We want to make sure National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) providers are ready to support participants when NDIS plans start to be created on the PACE system later this year.
The NDIA invites Registered Support Coordinators to attend an information session to learn how their roles function within the new PACE system.