As part of our ongoing commitment to supporting NDIS participants during this time, the NDIA has worked with supermarket retailers to make sure NDIS participants wanting support to grocery shop, have priority access to home delivery services.
A new service to be launched tomorrow will see NDIS participants receive priority home delivery during the coronavirus pandemic from some of the country’s biggest supermarkets.
The Government is committed to ensuring the well-being of Australians with disability are considered as the coronavirus pandemic unfolds. As such, an advisory group has been established by the Federal Government to guide development and implementation of a response plan focusing on the unique health needs of people with disability during the coronavirus pandemic.
Enhancements have been made to the myplace provider portal, including: the ability for registered providers to submit payment enquiries through the myplace provider portal improvements to the Request for Service (RFS) process for registered Support Coordinators. Lodge your payment enquiries online Registered providers can now submit payment enquiries through a new ‘Payment enquiry’ tile in the myplace provider portal. You can create a payment enquiry through the myplace provider portal in three steps: Log into the myplace provider portal and click the ‘View Complaints and Enquiries’ tile. Click ‘Add new request’ button. Click ‘Payment enquiry’ button and begin filling in...
The latest NDIS data is now available on the new-look NDIS Data and Insights website.
We have improved webchat, a ‘live chat’ service on our website you can use to talk with staff at the NDIS. NDIS staff can help participants with their personal circumstances once they have verified their identity, just like when you call us.