Can NDIS Providers be trusted?

February 22, 2023

To be an eligible NDIS provider, the NDIS Quality and Safeguards Commission  (NDIS Commission) ensures providers meet certain requirements. This includes whether the NDIS provider or their key personnel have:

  • previously been a registered NDIS provider
  • had a banning order in place
  • any past convictions
  • been insolvent under administration
  • had adverse findings or enforcement action taken by any relevant authorities
  • been the subject of findings or judgement in relation to fraud, misrepresentation, or dishonesty
  • been disqualified from managing corporations

All suitability assessments are on a case-by-case basis. The outcome of the suitability
assessment will be taken into account by the NDIS Commission when making their
registration decision to register or renew a registration of a NDIS Provider.

Does that mean all NDIS providers are perfect for you? Take your time and ask as many questions as you need.