NDIS providers in Sydney COVID-19 hotspots will be supported by temporary financial assistance measures to ensure people with disability continue to receive the supports they need.
Please be advised of an upcoming 5-hour outage to the myplace portals.
To ensure participants can access the supports they need, the NDIA monitors the market and trials a range of intervention approaches to address market gaps across Australia.
A Queensland-based disability service provider has been imprisoned following an investigation by the NDIA.
The NDIA is continuing to proactively check in with vulnerable participants during COVID-19, which we commenced in March 2020. In New South Wales, NDIA planners have been making calls in recent weeks to participants who have been directly affected by COVID-19, and will continue to do so. This includes participants who have tested positive to COVID-19, or have been close or casual contacts of people who have tested positive. The NDIA is making the calls to ensure participants can access their supports and understand how they can use their plans flexibly to engage the supports they need during COVID-19 lockdowns...
Today, the Minister for the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS), the Hon Linda Reynolds CSC, released the Quarterly Report to disability ministers Q4 2020-21.