Frequently Asked Funding Questions
The NDIS Price Guide is a document that specifies limits that service providers are allowed to charge NDIS participants. This ensures that you are getting the best value from your plan.
These prices are reviewed annually and published on the NDIS website on 1 July.
If you meet the following criteria, you may be eligible to become an NDIS participant:
- Age: under 65 years.
- Residency: live in Australia and be an Australian citizen or have paperwork letting you live here permanently.
- Disability: your disability is permanent, or you need early intervention to reduce the future need for support.
There are three different ways you can manage your NDIS plan:
- Self-managed: The NDIA provides you with funding so you can access the supports that will best help you achieve your goals.
- Plan-managed: The NDIA will provide funding in your plan to pay for a Plan Manager. This Plan Manager will pay your providers on your behalf, help you keep track of funds and take care of financial reporting for you.
- NDIA-managed funding: The NDIA pays your providers on your behalf.
During your planning meeting, your ECEI Coordinator, LAC or NDIA planner will work with you to decide the best way to manage your funds. You can track and manage your budget using the myplace portal on the NDIS website.
If you have NDIA managed funding, you can view our charges through the myplace portal.
If you have plan managed funding, we can provide you with an invoice or your plan manager can provide you with a summary of charges.
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