AHPA Allied Health NDIS Registration Support Website

NDIS registration

From 1 December 2020, when Western Australia transitions to the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) Quality and Safeguards Commission, allied health and other healthcare providers in all states and territories must register either as new providers, or renew registration, with the NDIS Commission to be able to provide NDIS services to Agency-managed participants. Providers do not have to register with the NDIS Commission to provide services to self- or plan-managed NDIS participants.

There are a number of requirements that providers need to meet to achieve NDIS registration . The primary requirements are:

  • meeting the relevant sections of the NDIS Practice Standards
  • providing services in line with the NDIS Code of Conduct.

Visit the AHPA Allied Health NDIS Registration Support Website

The website has been designed to help allied health professionals navigate the NDIS Quality and Safeguards Commission Registration requirements and processes, especially businesses delivering allied health services to NDIS participants. The website helps you: 

  • Decide if you want and/or need to become a registered NDIS provider 
  • Determine which modules you need to become compliant with to register 
  • Prepare the documentation required for registration 
  • Implement systems which will improve your business practices & maintain registration over time. 

Resources are aimed at businesses providing allied health services with 1-6 staff. 

Many of the resources provided will be useful for larger businesses but it is anticipated larger businesses will need additional resources related to running larger organisations – particularly in the Governance and Operational Management Standard. 


A series of webinars has also been rolled out to provide additional support for AHPs undertaking the NDIS registration process.

The webinars are primarily designed to help providers effectively use the resources on the website. However, they also provide a broad overview of each topic and opportunities for providers to ask questions/seek clarity.

The webinars were recorded and are now available on the website for viewing here.