Cyber insurance is more important than ever when preparing your NDIS business for the additional risks a pandemic like Coronavirus brings.
And why does my NDIS business need Management Liability Insurance?
If you own a small NDIS business, there’s no denying one the most important things you need to protect your assets is Insurance. But what kind of insurance do you actually need?
If you have purchased sickness/illness cover as part of your Personal Accident Insurance, you may be able to claim if you meet certain conditions.
Insurance for Aged Care Workers, also known as Paid Carers, includes cover for Public Liability, Professional Indemnity, and Personal Accident. Make sure you are protected when caring for the elderly.
A summary of all the different types of NDIS businesses and insurance options.
Do NDIS Registered Providers need Personal Accident Cover? Yes, if you are a sole trader or are otherwise not covered by Workers Compensation insurance.
The NDIS Quality & Safeguards Commission requires all registered NDIS Service Providers have 3 types of insurance cover...
All disability service providers need insurance. Providers may be big or small, they may be NDIS registered or not. Either way, they now face business risks arising from delivering services within the disability industry.
If you are a care worker who is working for themselves as a sole trader, you need comprehensive insurance that includes professional indemnity, public liability and personal accident cover. Here's why.