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NDIS Registered Providers - How does it work?

Author
Samir Gohil
2 min read |
Sep 24th, 2019

When you are a new National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) participant or researching your eligibility for the NDIS, there can be a mountain of questions you have. Especially in regards to NDIS registered providers and how and why they are there to help. As an NDIS provider ourselves, we are proud to be offering a service that brings the joy of good food to people in our Australian community.

As of January 2019, approximately 250,000 Australians were receiving support under the NDIS. The current plan is that the NDIS will eventually provide funding for supports and services to about 460,000 Australians aged under 65, who have permanent and significant disability.

What does it mean to be an NDIS Provider?

NDIS providers are individuals or organisations that deliver a support or service to a participant of the NDIS. As a registered provider, we must meet a number of requirements and then go through a formal registration process as well as comply with relevant quality and safeguards requirements.

We can then offer support to participants whose funding are NDIA-managed, Plan Managed or managed by the participant themselves. Through doing this, our services are helping people with a disability have the opportunity to live an ordinary life

Who’s actually on the NDIS providers list?

We are of course! And we are passionate about delivering delicious and healthy meals, that are affordable and home-delivered free Australia wide.

However there are also a number of other providers across a large range of industries and businesses that can become NDIS providers. Using the list of of NDIS registered providers, we’ve put this list together to break it down for you:

  • Accountants and Bookkeepers
  • Animal assisted therapists
  • Art therapy
  • Audiologists
  • Registered Builders
  • Career guidance and employment consultants
  • Community housing
  • Community program providers
  • Custom shoe makers
  • Dance studios
  • Dentists
  • Doctors
  • Driver trainers
  • Drivers and taxi services
  • Educators
  • Health Equipment and technology providers
  • Guide dogs
  • Gyms and health clubs
  • Handyman/home maintenance
  • Home and community care organisations
  • Home chefs
  • Home modification services
  • Home support services
  • Housekeepers and cleaners
  • Hydrotherapists
  • Independent disability support workers
  • Interpreters
  • IT technicians
  • Landscapers and gardeners
  • Life coaches
  • Laundry services
  • Massage therapists
  • Meal delivery services
  • Mobility vehicles
  • Modified clothing shops
  • Modified furniture shops
  • Naturopaths
  • Nurses
  • Occupational therapists
  • Optometrists
  • Personal trainers
  • Pharmacies
  • Physiotherapists
  • Plan Managers
  • Play equipment designers
  • Podiatrists
  • Professional organisers
  • Prosthetics providers
  • Psychologists & Counsellors
  • Recreation and sports providers
  • Rehab providers
  • Security services
  • Social workers
  • Specialist disability accommodation provider
  • Speech pathologists
  • Support Coordinators
  • Therapy toy shops
  • Tradespeople - electricians, plumbers
  • Wheelchair and mobility equipment providers

At The Good Meal Co. we are so proud to be delivery meals across Australia to NDIS participants. Our experienced team are passionate about our customers and offering a service that we see makes people happy. Food is a basic human need, but it should also be enjoyed. It makes us smile to know that our food is bringing people joy which is why we love being an NDIS provider.

I Heart NDIS logo, text that reads Registered NDIS Provider

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