Participants look for service providers that can offer effective services that are relevant to their plan. Of course, being a service provider, it might be impossible to cater to all the participants that come to you but hiring professional and experienced support workers to provide services is one of your primary responsibilities. If you are thinking about becoming a registered provider under NDIS but wonder how to become an NDIS provider, we have made this guide to help you understand the process.
What Is NDIS, And Is The Registration Mandatory?
Registration under NDIS simply means that you have gone through the screening process with the Commission. In contrast, non-registered providers are the ones who choose not to go through that process for some reason. Being a non-registered provider wouldn’t make you a worse choice for the participants, but there are some services that you can only offer if you are a registered service provider. Hence, it is not mandatory but advised to register yourself with the Commission.
Types Of Support
Applying For Registration
Once you have completed the application process and the audit is conducted, you will have to wait for the final assessment. NDIS will review your application and audit report and notify you about the result. As soon as the Commission is done with the assessment, you will be contacted if you have passed. You will receive a congratulatory mail and if you haven’t you will get the reason for the result. You can refile the application within 3 months of the result.
If you still have more questions on how to become an NDIS provider, feel free to contact us.
We provide professional advisory services at Fronto Advisory, and our team is well-versed in the program to help you build an umpire of your own.