Roll out of NDIS achieved across Australia

    Strong and consistent protections implemented for every participant

      • Sector News
      • Sector Guidance
    • 11.12.20

    The National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) is now in place across Australia, following its final implementation in the state of Western Australia on 1 December 2020.

    The NDIS Commission commenced the scheme roll-out on 1 July 2018 in New South Wales and South Australia, and 1 July 2019 in Tasmania, Victoria, the Australian Capital Territory, Queensland and the Northern Territory.

    With NDIS Commission now operating in every state and territory, it means that: 

    ·  The NDIS Code of Conduct applies to all providers and workers across Australia

    ·  Registered providers need to meet NDIS Practice Standards, report certain types of incidents, report restrictive practices, and have a strong complaints system in place

    ·  NDIS participants can contact the NDIS Commission to raise a concern or make a complaint about the quality or safety of their NDIS-funded services or support, no matter where they are in Australia

    NDIS: Strong protections for NDIS participants are now in place across Australia

    Maybo perspective

    Maybo training can help to upskill workforces so that they meet NDIS standards.

    Our flexible training can be delivered anytime, anywhere, and helps to ensure that staff are proficient in Positive Behaviour Support (a key element of the NDIS) so that they can support people with disabilities who exhibit challenging behaviours. click here

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