NDIS Information

National Disability Insurance Scheme


The National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) is a way for people with disability who are under 65 years of age to get Government funding for the supports they need, based on their individual needs and goals.  The National Disability Insurance Scheme takes a lifetime approach, investing early in people with disability and children with developmental delay to improve their outcomes later in life.

The NDIS provides funding for all types of things – employment, daily life support, accommodation, activities and much more!

You choose the type of support you need, when and where you receive it, and which disability service providers you want to deliver your support.

It can be tricky to navigate the NDIS.  We have experienced staff at Aspire that are here to help you and your family with your NDIS plan, so you can get the most out of your funding and achieve your goals.

We have included some helpful links to the NDIS website for you below.


Download the 'my NDIS' app


The ‘my NDIS’ app is an accessible and user-friendly way for participants to:

  • Quickly and easily check your budget
  • See what funds are available before you claim
  • Claim on the go when you purchase supports
  • Talk to providers about your goals and how they can support you
  • Keep track of your budget and check past claims

Nominees and child representatives can use the app too.

Learn more and download


Understanding the NDIS


What type of supports are funded?


NDIS and other government services


Your rights and responsibilities


How the planning process works


Working with Providers


COVID vaccination information for participants


Price guide

As an NDIS registered service provider, Aspire sets its service prices for NDIS participants at the amounts set out in the NDIS Pricing Arrangements and Price Limits (previously known as the NDIS Price Guide) including any Temporary Transformation Payment (TTP). Please kindly refer to the NDIS website for the latest pricing information.



NDIS Quality and Safeguards Commission


The NDIS Quality and Safeguards Commission is an independent agency established to improve the quality and safety of NDIS supports and services.

They regulate NDIS providers, provide national consistency, promote safety and quality services, resolve problems and identify areas for improvement. We have included some helpful links to the Quality and Safeguards Commission website for you below


About the NDIS Quality and Safeguards Commission


NDIS Code of Conduct (NDIS Participants)


How to make a complaint about a provider


A national approach to safety and quality


Enquire here

Have any questions? We would love to answer them! Reach out using this link and we will get back to you as soon as possible.