NDIS Reform is a division of the Department of Human Services.
NDIS Reform leads the implementation of the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) in the State, as well as funding, contracting and quality monitoring of disability services provided by the non-government sector.
It also leads the implementation of the NDIS for the department, as a large direct provider of specialist disability services in the state, and the future direction of these services under the NDIS reform.
The division approves and monitors disability service providers in South Australia.
If you are a participant in the NDIS, or looking for information about disability services, please visit NDIS in South Australia.
NDIS Reform provides funding to approved, mainly non-government, organisations that provide services to people with disability.
Every disability service provider must become a member of the Disability Services Provider Panel (DSPP) to be eligible for National Disability Agreement (NDA) funding from the department.
NDIS Reform coordinates:
- Approving disability service providers
- Assessing and approving service providers based on quality compliance areas
- Monitoring the level and quality of service delivered by funded organisations
- The NDIS implementation in South Australia
- The changes to the department as a result of the reforms
Other work performed by NDIS Reform
Other areas of work include:
- Helping the department respond to the Commonwealth Aged Care reforms
- Managing funding arrangements with the Commonwealth Government through the data collection and activity reporting
Contact NDIS Reform
PO Box 70, Rundle Mall
Adelaide SA 5000
Phone 1300 786 117 (9.00 am to 5.00 pm)