The NDIA today has released two new reports which provide key insights into supports provided to NDIS participants during the COVID- 19 pandemic.
The NDIA has released new operational guidelines and a statement of the underlying principles used to develop participant plans, as part of a number of significant improvements being made to the NDIS. NDIA CEO, Martin Hoffman said the guidelines will give NDIS participants clearer information about creating and using NDIS plans, to ensure they can make best use of their NDIS funding. “We’ve heard from participants that the NDIS can be complex and unclear so we are committed to making the Scheme simpler and easier to use, ensuring that people can more easily access the supports they need,” Mr Hoffman...
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.
The NDIA has released two data reports – Participant Outcomes and Family and Carer Outcomes – which measures the progress of participants since joining the Scheme.
On International Women’s Day 2021, the NDIA acknowledges the achievements and contributions of all women, as well as the vital role of women in delivering the Scheme, supporting Australians with disability to live their best lives.
The NDIA is seeking input and information on ways to improve how participants make claims and providers get paid.