6 Ways to Get NDIS Clients in 2022

You’re now registered as an NDIS provider! Congratulations! Your next task is to identify NDIS customers, so you’re now ready to put on your marketing cape. If this is your first time operating an enterprise of a smaller size, it does not have to be a hassle. It’s an exciting period. We’ve collected some simple techniques and tips to ensure you’re equipped with all the information you require to expand the size of your Disability Support business.

1. Sign up to MyCareSpace

The NDIA recommends this platform to its participants and we recommend you to sign up. MyCareSpace is a platform that specifically connects people with disabilities (and their caregivers) with the assistance they require. It allows users to search for support categories and locations and select the “registered NDIS provider” category. Listing your business with MyCareSpace opens greater prospect with NDIS participants.

2. List yourself in Local Business Directories

Select the top 10 local business directories in your region (e.g. Yellow Pages, Yelp, True Local, and Localsearch), and list your business on these directories.

Pro-tip: Set an appointment on your calendar every six to twelve months to check your profile is current to date (name, address, address, telephone number) and also that your website URL, as well as other hyperlinks are functioning.

It’s professional and makes it easier for your customers to find you. Moreover, external websites that link to your business website gives the search engine robots (like Google) that you’re trustworthy. This will increase your search engine rankings which will boost your website to appear higher on the search engine results page.

3. Create a simple, but an effective business website

The NDIS has a provider search portal which allows NDIS participants to view the list of registered NDIS providers and their contact details (e.g. website, telephone). With so many choices, it’s a matter of elimination for these NDIS participants. First impressions are crucial. If your website is attractive and professional, you’ll make a lasting impression, and they will be more likely to want to work with you.

Ask yourself: Are my details crystal clear? Does the site make it simple to navigate? Does it load quickly? Does it work on mobile devices? Can it be made more accessible to disabled users?

Designing your website depends on your target audience. it could include more video descriptions and images, easy to read text, clear hyperlinks that are underlined, spacing between information, and the use of colour.

A few sections on your website are required: a section to list all your available services, an “about us” section and a “contact us” section. You could even post positive reviews on your website to show credibility.
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4. Utilise the NDIS logo to validate your company

Include the “I heart NDIS”, “I love the NDIS’ and “Registered provider” slogan on your site, as well as the various marketing materials provided on the NDIS website. These NDIS logos for providers let people know that you’re part of the scheme which instantly gives credibility. Download these packs here.

5. Enlist yourself on GMB

Setting a no-cost Google My Business Account allows you to connect better to your NDIS clients through Google Search and Google Maps. You can also add to your business’s listing with beautiful photographs, contact details, and hyperlinks to your site. This makes it easier for customers to contact or text you and write reviews. Make sure that your contact information is always up-to-date.

This can also help boost your rankings in search engines!

6. Create Facebook and Instagram business pages

These are also entirely cost-free. Once you’ve created your website, you can link it with the Facebook Business Page or Instagram Business Page. Your NDIS participants might be looking for NDIS businesses when using these platforms.

Creating content on these social media platforms is another excellent method of engaging with your target audience. It’s not just about making sales but also about having fun and being inventive. You can share your clients’ success stories, glimpses of your personal story, ask interesting questions, offer insights, and much more. Explore the possibilities of words, imagery and videos.

Begin slowly if you have to (patience is crucial). Show your beautiful persona and keep up with the regular posting.

We hope you’ve found our advice on finding potential NDIS clients for your business useful, and that it has given you greater confidence in running your NDIS business.

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