Welcome to our NDIS Provider website! If you are looking to refer yourself or someone you know to the NDIS (National Disability Insurance Scheme), you’ve come to the right place. Our dedicated Referrals page is designed to guide you through the process smoothly. Whether you are seeking support services or wanting to understand how to initiate an application, our Referrals page will provide you with the necessary information, forms, and contact details. We are committed to ensuring a seamless experience for individuals with disabilities, and our team is ready to assist you every step of the way. Click on the link below to access our NDIS Referrals page and begin your journey towards accessing the support you deserve.



How does the referral work?

  1. The first step is identify a suitable provider who is registered with the NDIS.
  2. Once a provider is chosen, you or a representative contact can the provider to express interest in receiving services or supports through the NDIS. This can be done via phone, email, or in person.
  3. The provider will conduct an assessment to determine if they are suitable to provide the individual’s needs. They will gather relevant information about the person’s disability, functional limitations, and support needs. If the provider is suitable provider you’ll proceed to the next step.
  4. The provider and the individual enter into a service agreement that outlines the services to be provided, the costs, and any specific terms and conditions. This agreement ensures clarity and transparency regarding the supports to be delivered.
  5. With the service agreement in place, the provider starts delivering the agreed-upon supports or services. This can involve a range of activities, such as therapy sessions, personal care, community access, employment support, or assistance with daily living tasks.
  6. The provider will review the participants plan periodically, typically every 12 months, to ensure it continues to meet the person’s needs. The provider works with the individual to gather feedback, assess progress, and make any necessary adjustments to the plan.