This page explains some of the recent pricing changes and how those changes might affect you, your family and your carers.

It’s important to understand all of the prices you might be charged by your providers, so you can be confident you are receiving value for money from your plan budget.

Learn more about NDIS Pricing Arrangements and Price Limits and who needs to follow them.

You should be aware of your rights and you must have the opportunity to discuss any changes to prices you pay providers.

Below, we have explained what each change means and how it may affect you.

Adjusting your current funds

What has changed?

Any unspent funds in your plan at the end of the financial year – 30 June  –  will be automatically increased to cover the cost of NDIS supports. 

How does it affect me?

If you have a current NDIS plan in place, any remaining budget you have will be automatically increased to cover these pricing changes.

This will happen in July. 

Increase in price limits 

What has changed?

The price limits for supports you get from disability support workers are going up by 9% from 1 July 2022. 

The minimum wage and superannuation amount your disability support workers get will also go up on on 1 July 2022.

We have increased the limit NDIS providers can charge for supports delivered by these workers so they can get the new minimum wage. 

We have also increased NDIS prices for core supports to cover things like extra COVID-19 costs and improvements to the way they work to keep participants safe.  

How does it affect me?

Your current unspent funds will be automatically increased to cover the new prices. 

Your provider may want to talk to you about increasing the cost of some of your supports and updating your service agreements with them.

This page current as of
15 July 2022
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