The NDIS Quality and Safeguards Commission is a national independent body that is developing a consistent approach to the quality and safety of NDIS supports and services.
New provider registrations
To register as an NDIS provider you will need to use the Application Portal.
Service providers must register with the NDIS Commission to:
- deliver services and supports to NDIS participants who have their plan managed by the NDIA
- deliver specialist disability accommodation, use restrictive practices, or develop behaviour support plans
- deliver services or supports to older people with disability who are receiving continuity of supports under the Commonwealth Continuity of Support Programme relating to Specialist Disability Services for Older People.
Can NDIS participants only use registered providers?
Self managing NDIS participants can access services from registered or unregistered providers (except for the specific services and supports such as those listed above that require registration with the NDIS Commission) if they:
- self-manage the supports and services in their plan;
- have someone else to do it for them (a plan nominee); or
- use a registered plan manager.
- Fact sheet: NDIS Commission – What does this mean for providers?
- Fact sheet: About the NDIS Quality and Safeguards Commission
- Fact sheet: How to register as an NDIS provider
- Then and now fact sheets for providers
- Provider information pack
- Booklet: introduction to provider registration
- Provider registration – process guide
- Provider suitability assessment guide