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In this part of the website you can find tools and ideas to help you understand the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS).

You can find what you are looking for by date, or by type of information. You can also use the search box on this page.

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NDIS Learning Module: Supporting Effective Communication

9 November 2021

The NDIS has created a Supporting Effective Communication e-learning module that depicts the perspective of NDIS participants of what effective communication looks like, and how it supports choice and control.

Getting the Most Out of Your NDIS Plan Information Session

12 June 2020

Getting the Most Out of Your NDIS Plan

Webinar with Information pack

In May 2020, the AFDO Disability Loop team held an online information session called Getting the Most Out of Your NDIS Plan. This webinar was recorded and is now available to view.

2020-21 NDIS Price Guide

4 June 2020

The NDIS has released the results from the Annual Price Review 2020‒21 along with a Price Guide and Support Catalogue, which will come into effect on 1st July.

Psychosocial Disability and Mental Health Information Packs

4 June 2020

The National Disability Insurance Agency (NDIA) has published two new COVID-19 Information Packs on:

• Psychosocial disability
• Mental health and well-being


Early Childhood Early Intervention (ECEI) Information Pack

5 May 2020

The NDIA is developing information packs for NDIS participants, families, and carers to help during the CoronaVirus pandemic. These packs collate information that is often available in different places and pulls that information together into a single resource.

The first of these packs - Early Childhood Early Intervention for children aged 0 to 6 years old - is now available.


Disability in the Bush

14 April 2020

Image of a monitor with a booklet, and 'ndis'.Disability in the Bush has been created in partnership with Ninti One, with funding from the National Disability Insurance Agency (NDIS) to address the significant information gap in remote Indigenous communities.

This project is connecting people in remote Aboriginal communities with the information and services they need.

The Disability in the Bush website has important NDIS information in Easy English, and delivers video stories from other community members with disability.  

The Disability in the Bush app empowers Aboriginal people with disability and their families in remote communities to make their own decisions in order to participate in the community and live a good life.

You can visit the Disability in the Bush website at


NDIS Participants Welcome Pack

19 February 2020

Image of a monitor with a booklet, and 'ndis'.NDIS participants have the right to feel safe and to receive quality service from NDIS providers.  

The NDIS Quality and Safeguard Commission (The Commission) has released a Participants Welcome Pack.

The information provided in this pack gives participants information about their rights, the role of the NDIS Commission, choosing quality and safe supports, and how to make a complaint.

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Self-Advocacy for the NDIS (Mental Health Resource Booklet

5 February 2020

Monitor with outline of Australia, and a person holding a lifesaver.The Independent Mental Health Advocacy (IMHA) has developed a Resource Toolkit to provide self-advocacy information and identify rights and strategies that support people to speak up for themselves.



NDIS Participant Booklets

1 September 2019

Image of a monitor with a booklet, and 'ndis'.In 2018 the NDIS created 3 new booklets for participants, covering pre-planning, planning, and using your plan. Each has three versions – a PDF, Word document, or Easy English PDF.

Employment outcomes for NDIS participants

31 July 2019

A monitor with a booklet, and 'ndis'.The National Disability Insurance Agency (NDIA) has released the first round of NDIS Data which compiles close to 60,000 responses from participants, families and carers.
Reports have been released on the following: 
1. Participant Outcomes Report
2. Employment Outcomes
3. Outcomes for Participants with Autism Spectrum Disorder
4. Families & Carers Outcomes Report
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