NDIS Registration Renewal

If you are an existing NDIS Provider, you will need to renew your registration with the NDIS Commission. You will need to go through either Verification or Certification.

What does NDIS Registration Renewal mean to you as a Provider? Well, until now, delivery of the NDIS has relied on the use of existing State, Territory, and Federal government compliance frameworks to help determine whether businesses should be Registered NDIS Providers. These Frameworks have been used for many years by governments to regulate disability service providers and ensure they deliver quality and safe services to people with disability.

On 1 July 2018, a new, national, NDIS Quality and Safeguards Framework took effect, starting in New South Wales and South Australia. Despite being national, the Framework rolled out in the ACT, Queensland, Victoria, Tasmania, and the Northern Territory in July of 2019, and started operating in Western Australia in July 2020.

The Framework provides the basis for how NDIS Registered Providers are expected to deliver their services. It will be implemented by the new NDIS Quality and Safeguards Commission (the NDIS Commission). Like the Framework itself, the NDIS Commission started operating across Australia in stages, which correspond to the rollout of the Framework.

  • NDIS Practice Standards

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    As a member of Amerginhub, you can download our simple guide to helping you understand the new NDIS Quality and Safeguards Practice Standards and how they relate to your business.

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