What Is The NDIS?
The NDIS offers a wide range of activities and treatment plans, such as:
- Assistance with Daily Life
- Short Term Accommodation
- Supported Independent Living
- Capacity Building Supports
- Core Supports
What Is An NDIS Audit?
The representatives ensure that the practices in the organisations are in accordance with the NDIS Practice Standards, which are the quality benchmarks expected by providers. It can be difficult or nerve-wracking to proceed with an audit. The NDIS allows internal audits done by professionals and consultations. By doing an internal audit, this helps providers understand their shortcomings and strengths before their official audit by the NDIS.
Tips You Can Follow for the NDIS Audit Process
1. Prepare early
Organise your services and ensure the practices align with the Practice Standards. Prepare your reports, assessments, and evidence for the auditor to inspect. Doing this will ultimately help you during your audit and give you an even better result.
2. Remember risk assessments
It is known that NDIS providers often forget to conduct risk assessments. The NDIS Practice Standards ensure that you undergo a risk assessment to ensure that your organisation is far from harm and exploits. There are three critical risks you need to be aware of:
- Risks to NDIS participants, staff, the community, and the organisation.
- Risk of injury, neglect, mistreatment, information security, continuity of support.
- Risks that arise from the support provided, the support environment, and the external threats that may occur and impact NDIS participants’ wellbeing or security.
3. Be confident and ready
Make sure that you get all of your obligations cleared before the auditor. Confirm and answer directly when asked to present a more confident image of your organisation.
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- NDIS Registrations
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- Specialist Disability Accommodation Support
- NDIS Audit Process Support
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