July 2018 saw the introduction of a new independent agency, The NDIS Quality and Safeguards Commission. The Commission is now operating in all states except WA. Its purpose is to improve the quality and safety of NDIS supports and services across Australia. The body has changed the way providers are audited and accredited. It is important to think about what it means for you.Read More
The NDIS Quality and Safeguards Commission have recently announced audit updates which will benefit some service providers. There have been some teething issues with the audit process as states move to the national scheme.Read More
The NDIS scheme is half-way through the full roll-out of projected services and supports. By the end of 2019 239,400 participants will be a part of the NDIS. On 1 July 2019, all States, except Western Australia will join the scheme.Read More
July 2018 brought news of the Quality and Safeguarding Commission. The Commission is a body that manages registration, renewal and quality standards. This changes the way service providers are audited and accredited.Read More
The NDIS Commission recently released a set of guidelines, called the Approved Quality Auditors Scheme, to regulate the auditing of registered service providers.
An instrument of the National Disability Insurance Scheme Act 2013, the scheme gives a legal framework to the process of assessing providers for compliance against the NDIS Practice Standards.Read More