In response to an article published in The Australian today and media and public interest in NDIS expenditure on individual contracts with a value of $100,000 or more, we have re-published information relating to Senate Order 13 for Entity Contracts. This information was first published on 31 August 2019.
From 1 October 2019, NDIS participants will be able to receive funding through their NDIS plans for the disability-related health supports they need as a direct result of their disability, and as part of their daily life.
New information is available for health professionals who are referring children with developmental delay to the NDIS.
The NDIA is making changes to the NDIS myplace portal to improve the process when there is a gap between new and old participant plans. Sometimes there is a delay in the approval of a new plan. This can create a ‘gap’ between the old plan and the new plan.
From Monday 2 September, participants will see improvements to the way their budget is displayed in the NDIS myplace participant portal. These improvements in the NDIS myplace participant portal will give detailed information about allocated and spent funding.