2020-21 SA/NT NDIS Price Guide Update: Core Supports

June 29, 2020

The 2020-21 NDIS Price Guide has been released and is now available on the NDIS website. To support providers the SA/NT Provider Engagement Team is hosting Price Guide Update – Question and Answer Sessions over videoconference using Microsoft Teams. The Price Guide can be located here: https://www.ndis.gov.au/providers/price-guides-and-pricing

Details on how to log into this session will be forwarded to all registered attendees prior to the session date.

This session will include an overview of relevant updates, but will focus on responding to any questions you may have. Please take the time to familiarise yourself with the new Price Guide and send questions through to elliot.galvin@ndis.gov.au

To best support you, we request that all questions be provided by Thursday 25 June 2020. We will allow for additional questions, but previously submitted questions will be prioritised during the session.

Accessibility is important to us. If you have any accessibility, interpreter or other requirements please advise when registering. Please note we need a minimum of five (5) business days’ notice to book Auslan interpreters.

For any enquiries regarding this session, please contact Elliot Galvin at elliot.galvin@ndis.gov.au.

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