5 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:
The NDIS Quality and Safeguards Commission are the source of all information for providers. Access their Registration Info here.
Links to help you register as an NDIS Registered Provider in WA
- Review and understand the requirements providers must meet to become registered and maintain registration with the NDIS Commission.
- Decide which services/registration groups you want to register for: See the Guide to Suitability WA
- You will need to nominate the profession/s of people who will provide services in each registration group. See the ‘Professional Qualifications’ section in the Guide to Suitability (above).
- Complete the Online NDIS Provider Registration Form
- Complete a self-assessment against the NDIS Practice Standards - this is part of the application process.
- Get your insurance cover - find out more about what you need here
- Find an Auditor
Once you have completed your registration you will receive notification whether
- your application was successful;
- further documentation or information is required, or;
- your application is Pending State Approval.
NOTE: You can only begin contacting NDIS registered participants to make service agreements once you have received your certificate of registration. You can however service plan and self-managed participants in the meantime.
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