Information for NDIS providers

The National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) is the new way of providing individualised support for people with a disability, their families and carers by empowering them with choice over the providers they work with. 

The introduction of the NDIS may have significant impact on your service provision, or minimal impact, depending on your discipline and scope of practice.

This is the area where we will share useful information for allied health practitioners who are preparing to register (or who are registered) with the NDIA and working with participants of the NDIS.

If you haven't already subscribed to our email updates, pop your details in the form on the right (or below on your mobile), and receive a free planning booklet to help you make a start.

Click on the topics below to read more:

Step 1: Getting Ready (for allied health practitioners just starting out in private practice)

Step 2: Registering as a Provider

Step 3: Ongoing responsibilities

Important considerations when registering as a Provider 

3 marketing tips for NDIS providers

One essential NDIS marketing tool for your practice

5 handy tips for NDIS providers


Useful Links:

We will also keep updating links below that direct you to information and resources you need as a Provider

Click here to view your NDIA Provider Registration Kit

Click here to find out more about National Disability Practitioners - an organisation just for providers in the disability sector