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RAC providers who support NDIS participants are now required to meet the obligations of the National Disability Insurance Scheme Act 2013 (NDIS Act) and the NDIS (Provider Registration and Practice Standards) Rules 2018. As part of these obligations and their condition of registration, affected RAC providers will need to undergo a third-party audit against the NDIS Practice Standards.
Previously, RAC providers supporting NDIS participants did not have to be registered with the NDIS Commission. This exemption was due to expire on 30 June 2020, however, due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the exemption was extended to 30 November 2020. From 1 December 2020, those RACs are now considered Registered NDIS Providers.
All RAC providers delivering support to NDIS participants will require registration and those that are currently already delivering support automatically registered from 1 December 2020.
It is important to understand where your organisation is at in meeting its current and transitional obligations as a Registered NDIS Provider and be aware of the dual systems you will be working within to ensure the highest quality and safety of care and support.
PwC Certification Services is an NDIS Approved Quality Auditor (AQA) with the NDIS Commission. We have extensive experience in the disability sector with an equally extensively skilled workforce ready to deploy across each state/territory. Our capabilities span aged care, disability, health, clinical, positive behaviour support, and restrictive practice.
Please contact one of our team members today to learn more about how we can help you along your journey as a Registered NDIS Provider.
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