This factsheet is for disability service providers in NSW. It explains the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) registration processes and requirements for providers in NSW.
You can register to be an NDIS provider
Service providers play a critical role in the NDIS by delivering high-quality, person-centred supports and services that will help people with disability achieve their goals.
Who providers register with in NSW has changed
As of 1 July 2018, the registration processes and requirements have changed for NSW. This is because the NDIS Quality and Safeguards Commission (NDIS Commission) is now operational in the state. The NDIS Commission is now regulating and registering NDIS providers in NSW.
|If You…||Then You…|
Are a new provider
|You should now apply for and manage your NDIS registrations with the NDIS Commission rather than the National Disability Insurance Agency (NDIA).|
Are already registered as a NDIS provider
|If you have already successfully registered as a provider with the NDIA there is nothing more you need to do. The Commission has made arrangements for existing providers who were registered with the NDIA before 1 July to be transferred across.|
Have completed your application to register as a provider, but your application has not been approved
|If your application was not completed or approved by 1 July, you will need to begin a new registration application with the NDIS Commission.|
Where can I find more information? You can learn more about the NDIS Commission at www.ndiscommission.gov.au.