NDIS Registration Taskforce submission

NDIS Registration Taskforce

Since 2020 we have delivered disability supports to meet the need for culturally appropriate and quality disability support services in some of our nation’s most isolated and remote communities.

Our model centres around community relationships and the development of a local Indigenous workforce to build sustainable career pathways within communities. Our support workers progress clients toward independent living and benefit from systems and programs developed through our twenty years of remote community service experience.

We coordinate services including; in-home support, transport, community participation, employment, learning and therapy assistance. We support Australians with a permanent disability to live their lives and achieve their goals, while staying connected to family, community and country.

Our experience in these remote communities affords us a unique insight into the challenges the NDIS Provider and Worker Registration Taskforce will encounter as they design and implement the new graduated risk-proportionate regulatory model proposed in the NDIS Review Final Report. We support the introduction of a graduated registration framework and trust our input will help to ensure implementation does not come at the expense of support delivery, especially in remote communities.

Read our submission to the taskforce here.