Introducing the ultimate NDIS Provider Documentation Package – the perfect solution for service providers looking to meet the NDIS Practice Standards and provide the highest quality of supports and services to NDIS participants.
Our package includes all the necessary documentation, including policies and procedures, to ensure your organisation is compliant with the NDIS Practice Standards. Our team of experts have created templates and guides that cover key areas such as quality, safety, governance, and service management, making it easy for you to understand and implement the standards.
In addition to the documentation, we also provide support with your provider registration application. Our experienced team will guide you through the process, ensuring all the necessary information is included and your application is submitted correctly.
But we don’t just stop there – our package also includes full audit support. We understand that undergoing an audit can be a daunting process, which is why we offer guidance and support to help you successfully pass the audit.
With our NDIS Provider Documentation Package, you can have peace of mind that your organisation is meeting the NDIS Practice Standards and providing the best possible supports and services to NDIS participants.
In order to pass an NDIS audit, a service provider is typically required to have the following documentation:
- Quality management documentation: These documents outline the organisation’s approach to quality management and includes information on how the organisation will meet the NDIS Practice Standards.
- Policies and procedures: This documentation outlines the organisation’s rules and guidelines for delivering supports and services to NDIS participants. They should cover areas such as participant rights, service delivery, and incident management.
- Risk management documentation: These documents outline the organisation’s approach to identifying and managing risks associated with delivering supports and services to NDIS participants.
- Staffing and recruitment documentation: These documents outline the organisation’s approach to staffing and recruitment, including information on qualifications and experience required for staff, and should also retain copies of staff police checks and working with children checks.
- Training and professional development documentation: This documentation outlines the organisation’s approach to training and professional development for staff, including information on the types of training provided and the frequency of training.
- Incident and complaint management documentation: These documents outline the organisation’s approach to managing incidents and complaints, including information on how incidents and complaints will be reported, investigated, and resolved.
- Record keeping procedures: This documentation outlines the organisation’s procedures for maintaining accurate and up-to-date records, including information on how records will be stored, accessed, and disposed of.
- Insurances: These documents are proof of the organisation’s insurance coverage for public liability, professional indemnity, and workers’ compensation.
- Emergency planning and procedures: This documentation outlines the organisation’s emergency planning and procedures in case of any emergencies.
- Financial reporting: This documentation includes financial reports and financial statements, budget and forecasting, and proof of financial viability of the organisation.
It’s important to note that these are just some examples of the types of documentation that a service provider may be required to have in order to pass an NDIS audit. The specific requirements may vary depending on the organisation and the scope of their services, and full Audit Support and Guidance is included with the purchase of your NDIS Package.
What Your NDIS Package Includes:
NDIS Policies and Procedures Documentation Package
Registration Application With NDIS Commission
Full Audit Support
After ordering, you’ll receive a link to an online registration form to upload your company logo and provide details as required by the NDIS regarding your business activities. Once the form has been submitted we’ll contact you directly within 24-48 hours to discuss and confirm all details are correct before submitting the application with the NDIS Commission within 7 business days.
Your NDIS Policies and Procedures Documentation package is delivered by direct download within 7-10 business days from your date of purchase.
Once your application has been submitted with the NDIS Commission and your NDIS Policies and Procedures Documentation Package has been delivered, we’ll organise a referral to one of the NDIS approved auditors for the final stage in helping you grow your business within the NDIS. Full audit support and guidance is included in your package to help in ensuring you pass your audit quickly and smoothly.
How do I become a registered NDIS Service Provider?
Becoming a registered NDIS service provider involves several steps. Here is an overview of the process:
- Review the NDIS Provider Registration Standards: Before applying to become a registered NDIS service provider, it’s important to familiarise yourself with the NDIS Provider Registration Standards. These standards outline the expectations for service providers and the information that will be required as part of the registration process.
- Complete the Provider Registration Application: Once you have reviewed the NDIS Provider Registration Standards, you can then complete the provider registration application. This application will typically include information on your organisation, the supports and services you plan to offer, and your qualifications and experience. You will also need to provide evidence of your organisation’s insurance coverage and financial viability.
- Submit the application: Once you have completed the provider registration application, you will need to submit it to the NDIS Commission or relevant state agency.
- Undergo an Audit: After submitting the application, your organisation will undergo an audit by an appointed NDIS Approved Auditor to determine if your organisation meets the NDIS Provider Registration Standards. This includes an audit of your organisation’s policies, procedures, and documentation and depending on the scope of your business, may also include an on-site audit of your business premises.
- Receive a decision: Once the audit is complete, the NDIS Commission or relevant state agency will make a decision on your registration application. If your application is approved, you will receive a registration certificate and be listed on the NDIS Provider Register.
- Meet the Quality and Safeguard Standards: Once you are a registered provider, you need to ensure that you continue to meet the Quality and Safeguard Standards, including the NDIS Practice Standards and the Code of Conduct. This includes ongoing reporting, self-assessment and audits by the NDIS Commission.
It’s important to note that the registration process can vary depending on the state or territory where your organisation is based. It’s recommended to check the specific requirements and procedures in your area.