Therapy via telepractice is just like face-to-face therapy except that it’s done over the phone and by videoconference.
Cyber insurance is more important than ever when preparing your NDIS business for the additional risks a pandemic like Coronavirus brings.
And why does my NDIS business need Management Liability Insurance?
If you own a small NDIS business, there’s no denying one the most important things you need to protect your assets is Insurance. But what kind of insurance do you actually need?
If you have purchased sickness/illness cover as part of your Personal Accident Insurance, you may be able to claim if you meet certain conditions.
A summary of all the different types of NDIS businesses and insurance options.
This resource covers how to provide services to self managed or plan managed participants as a Sole Trader.
Working as an Independent Support Worker or Sole Trader with an ABN is easy!
Why or when would a participant consider hiring you as an independent support worker?
It's WIN WIN - cheaper for the participant and you earn more.
Working as a contractor gives you the chance to negotiate your rates and hours directly with a participant.
Do NDIS Registered Providers need Personal Accident Cover? Yes, if you are a sole trader or are otherwise not covered by Workers Compensation insurance.
When a provider decides to register as an NDIS Service Provider, they will need to select the NDIS registration groups that they wish to include in their registration application.
These registration groups will determine the type of services the provider can deliver under the NDIS.
A prospective NDIS provider will need to match the services that they are currently providing or plan to provide with the relevant NDIS registration groups.
What responsibilities does an NDIS Provider have when hiring contractors?
It is a common occurrence in the NDIS arena to see organisations who are engaging contractors to perform services on their behalf.
This is often seen in disability care companies or providers of household maintenance, where their staff need to be accessible over a wider geographic area in order to service NDIS participants.
Registered NDIS providers should be familiar with the NDIS Quality & Safegiards commission requirements that their employees need to be: