Considering becoming an NDIS provider?

Thinking of registering for NDIS? DSC does not offer consulting support with new registrations but here's a free guide to the process and some resources to help you through the journey. 

Change is coming!

From the 1st July 2018 registration responsibility is transitioning to the NDIS Quality and Safeguarding Commission (NDIS Commission). Registration will remain the responsibility of the NDIS until your state or territory transitions. From the 1st July 2020 the NDIS Commission will be responsible for all NDIS registration (and renewal). 

  • From 1 July 2018: NSW & SA

  • From 1 July 2019: VIC, TAS, ACT, NT & QLD

  • From 1 July 2020: WA

4 Step Registration Process

  1. Learn about the NDIS & the NDIS Commission

  2. Choose your registration group/s

  3. Understand your registration and quality and safeguarding requirements

  4. Register to become an NDIS provider with the NDIS Commission or NDIA

Welcome to the new world of NDIS, a consumer driven insurance scheme that enables people with disability to purchase services and supports to meet their goals and needs. The NDIS and The NDIS Commission have some helpful resources for prospective providers.

To Register in NSW and SA:

Providers wishing to register under the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) need to apply for registration with the NDIS Quality and Safeguards Commission (The NDIS Commission).

To be registered, providers must demonstrate they meet minimum standards for quality service delivery and safety for participants engaged in the services and supports they deliver.

How to register as an NDIS provider with The NDIS Commission

The NDIS Commission has produced several useful resources to support your registration journey.

All other states until the 1st July 2019 for all other states and territories except WA who will transition from 1st July 2020:

The Provider Toolkit outlines the NDIS and State based requirements that are currently in effect in each state.

Other places to find further information: and

The NDIS Quarterly Reports have some great information regarding current market conditions:

And the Market Position Statements help you understand how the market place will likely look in the future: