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Thread: Becoming an NDIS provider

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    Senior Member Chris B's Avatar
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    Default Re: Becoming an NDIS provider

    Maybe, maybe not.... website says price controls are updated every year and at least one item has had price control removed altogether

    Once again you've failed to read the fine print... I've just had a look and if client self manages their NDIS then no price limits apply. Not everyone is fraudulent.... sterlo obviously did his homework first

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    Default Re: Becoming an NDIS provider

    Quote Originally Posted by Chris B View Post
    Maybe, maybe not.... website says price controls are updated every year and at least one item has had price control removed altogether

    Once again you've failed to read the fine print... I've just had a look and if client self manages their NDIS then no price limits apply. Not everyone is fraudulent.... sterlo obviously did his homework first
    I had a call today from an NDIS provider and she said exactly this (in bold).
    I can register with NDIS and do jobs for NDIS @ $46.20/hr, or if the client manages their own package, I can give a quote and if the client accepts I get the job and send the invoice to the provider. As long as I have an ABN. No need to register with NDIS.
    Apparently around here, most clients self manage their packages.

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