The NDIA is releasing monthly summary reports as part of our promise to make our data easier to see. The monthly summary helps show how the Scheme is progressing over a shorter time frame. Read the monthly summary for October 2022.
This week (13 – 19 November) is International Fraud Awareness Week. The week is an opportunity to learn about fraud and the different steps you can take to prevent it.
We will begin a test of our new computer system and processes to deliver a better National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) in Tasmania from 14 November 2022. We expect to start the test in Tasmania on: 14 November 2022 for people with disability approaching the NDIS and new access requests, and 28 November 2022 for existing NDIS participants with their plan coming to an end in the next 3-6 months. Find out what it means for Tasmanian participants, providers and the wider disability community on our new NDIS improvements section. We’ve spent time talking to participants, our National Disability Insurance...
We are pleased to introduce our refreshed Participant Service Charter (Service Charter).
We have released a framework to promote innovation and development of safe and effective Artificial Intelligence (AI)-enabled Assistive Technology (AT). AI technology can help to boost independence and increase community participation for people with disability. But not all AI is right for everyone and there is often limited guidance on its use. The CSIRO’s Australian eHealth Research Centre developed the framework, which focuses on six key principles: user experience value quality safety privacy and security; and human rights. The framework draws on current guidelines and assessment frameworks, and feedback from interviews with NDIS participants, their families, carers and other supporters...
The NDIS Quarterly Report shows there are now more than 550,000 Australians with disability receiving life changing support from the world leading Scheme.