Transition for Workers Screening Check in Victoria

From 1 February, 2021, the NDIS Workers Screening Check (WSC) was introduced as part of the National Disability Insurance Scheme Quality & Safeguard Framework. This is a national approach to how workers are screened for risk-assessed roles.  There are transitional arrangements in place before a worker will be required to get an NDIS WSC. In […]

What is the Workers Screening Check and how will it affect you?

From February 1, 2021, the NDIS Workers Screening Check has been introduced as part of the National Disability Insurance Scheme Quality & Safeguard Framework. This is a national approach to how workers are screened for risk-assessed roles. Put simply, it is a single national check that will replace the many different arrangements that have been […]

Providers and participants of group disability accommodation to be first in line for COVID-19 vaccine

As preparations for the COVID-19 vaccine roll-out begin across Australia, the federal government is urgently requesting information from providers of group disability accommodation. NDIS participants and workers at group disability accommodation settings will be among the first groups in Australia to be offered the COVID-19 vaccines. If you’re a provider of group disability accommodation, the […]

New Year resolutions for NDIS providers

We are happy to say goodbye to 2020, it was a challenging for everyone in so many ways. Now that we have a fresh new year ahead, it’s a good time reflect on your NDIS provider business and consider how you can start off on the right foot. Here are some new year resolutions for […]

New provider registration clause

If you’re a provider who is registered to deliver assistance with daily personal activities to a participant who lives alone, you may have heard that there are some changes coming into effect this week. The NDIS Quality and Safeguards Commission has introduced a new condition to the registration of providers who deliver assistance with daily […]

Marking International Day of People with a Disability in 2020

Today marks the International Day of People with a Disability, a day to increase awareness, understanding and acceptance of people with disability. This has been a challenging year for everyone, but especially for people with a disability and their care providers. With extended lock downs, increased isolation and regularly changing restrictions, it has been difficult […]


Western Australia joins the NDIS. From December 1, 2020, the NDIS Quality and Safeguards Commission (NDIS Commission) has begun managing the quality and safeguards of NDIS supports and services in Western Australia. With Western Australia joining the scheme the national roll-out is now complete. The NDIS Commission commenced in New South Wales and South Australia […]

Retaining your superstar staff members

As an NDIS provider your staff members are the key elements of your business. When they are working day in and day out with participants, it’s essential that they are doing the best they possibly can. Once you’ve done the hard work of recruiting and onboarding your superstar staff members, the next step is to […]

Three misunderstood things about becoming an NDIS Provider

As the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) has grown since its introduction in 2013, so has the number of participants and those providing supports and services. The NDIS is a wide-ranging, national scheme and the rules associated with it can be complex. This has led to a certain amount of confusion, here are some of […]

Do I need to register?

The National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) allows participants who have permanent and significant disability to receive funding that enables them to live as full a life as possible. This funding is used to pay providers who deliver the necessary services and supports. Since large amounts of money are provided by the state to finance the […]

What if I want to operate across multiple states and territories?

Previous systems of supporting people with disabilities differed depending on the state or territory where those receiving the support lived. This led to a fragmented approach where disability service providers giving support across state and territory borders had to deal with different bodies and regulations. This system was also generally under-funded, inefficient and gave little […]

The surprising benefits of training for your NDIS business

  When you’re growing an NDIS business, training may not always be seen as a top priority, but perhaps it should be. Training, for you and your staff, can be one of the most important ways to ensure you’re providing the best service to your participants. There are also many other significant reasons why you […]

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