The NDIA is making NDIS plans longer to simplify the planning process and improve the experience of participants. Through the Participant Service Improvement Plan 2020-21, we committed to making plans longer after you told us you wanted more flexibility in your plans and certainty in your supports.
Providers can submit their feedback about the Early Childhood provider report form via the survey, before 5 pm AEST Friday 23 April 2021.
We have released another round of NDIA data, as part of our public data release schedule which includes a deep dive report into ‘Participants with acquired brain injury, cerebral palsy or spinal cord injury in the NDIS’; updated market data as at 31 December 2020; updated existing downloadable and interactive data previously released using 31 December 2020 data.
The NDIA is seeking feedback on the most appropriate and best practice early childhood intervention supports for children on the autism spectrum, to be funded under the NDIS.
Due to extreme weather and flooding in New South Wales, some NDIA partner offices are temporarily closed until further notice.
We have released post-consultation reports. These give an overview of the feedback on three consultation papers: Access and eligibility policy with independent assessments Planning policy for personalised budgets and plan flexibility Supporting young children and their families early, to reach their full potential. We have reviewed and analysed all submissions and included key themes, sentiment and quotes in these reports. We thank everyone who took the time to provide us with feedback on the proposed changes to the NDIS. You are helping us deliver a better and fairer experience for all people seeking to access the NDIS and participants already...