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...
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Commonwealth, state and territory disability ministers met on Thursday 15 April by telepresence.
From April to 30 June, if your plan is due to end, you may be eligible to automatically extend your plan, without the need for a plan review.
The NDIA wishes to clarify information regarding Independent Assessments, and the ongoing Pilot program. In light of recent reports in the media it is important that our participants, families and carers, and the wider disability sector have the correct information.
Please be advised of an upcoming outage to the myplace participant and provider portals from 8pm 10 April - 4am 11 April.