Cyber insurance is more important than ever when preparing your NDIS business for the additional risks a pandemic like Coronavirus brings.
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?
Here are some ideas of things to do with a support worker, especially during home isolation.
Some tips to start with:
The NDIS Quality & Safeguards Commission requires all registered NDIS Service Providers have 3 types of insurance cover...
MyCareSpace has produced webinars to help NDIS Service Providers with their NDIS Registration, Audit, and Insurance tasks.
SUPPORT FOR BUSINESSES TO KEEP PEOPLE IN A JOB
A total of $189 billion is being injected into the economy by various parts of all Government in order to keep Australians in work and businesses in business. If you are solely interested in how the NDIA is responding then you can access this information here: NDIS & Disaster Response
The support package includes:
NDIS ANNOUNCES KEY MEASURES TO SUPPORT NDIS PARTICIPANTS & PROVIDERS
NDIS Minister, Stuart Robert has announced yesterday (21.3.2020) key measures to support providers and participants through COVID-19.
10 steps to register as an NDIS service provider in WA:
From 1 July 2020, providers operating in Western Australia (WA) are required to register with the NDIS Quality and Safeguards Commission. To become an NDIS registered provider you will need to follow these steps:
How do I become an NDIS provider?
The NDIS has rolled out across all parts of Australia now. How you register for the NDIS is dependent on where you provide services.
Registering as an NDIS Provider in WA
If you’re only operating in Western Australia you have to: