If you’re a participant (or family member of a participant), you might be wondering about your options. Who’s actually on the NDIS providers list? How can you allocate your funding? What services can you put in your NDIS plan?
Or you might be a professional or business wondering if YOU could go on the NDIS provider list to help more people and get more clients.
That’s why we’ve put together a nice big list of industries and business types that can become NDIS providers. We’ve put this resource together from our First2Care provider list and from the NDIS list of registered providers.
NDIS providers list - disability support services
Animal assisted therapists
Career guidance and employment consultants
Community program providers
Custom shoe makers
Drivers and taxi services
Equipment and technology providers
Hire vehicle companies
Home and community care organisations
Home modification services
Home support services
Housekeepers and cleaners
Independent disability support workers
Landscapers and gardeners
Meal delivery services
Modified clothing shops
NDIS planning tools
Plan support coordinators
Play equipment designers
Recreation and sports providers
Specialist disability accommodation providers
Therapy toy shops
Wheelchair and mobility equipment providers
You might be surprised some of these businesses and industries. But when you think about it, it takes a lot of moving parts to care for a person’s needs - from their physical needs and surroundings to achieving their personal goals. It’s great that there’s so much variety on the NDIS provider list - more options and more support for NDIS participants is always a very good thing.
Using NDIS provider lists as a participant
If you’re an NDIS participant, use the list to connect with more supports and request services in your plan that you might not have realised you could get. Then if you want to connect and communicate with local providers easily, join First2Care. It’s free to join and use our pre-planning template, and you can even access features like our provider search on the free plan.
Providers and businesses - join our NDIS providers list!
If you’re already an NDIS registered provider (or even if you’re not), create your profile with First2Care. It’s free and will help you connect with as many participants as you like. Joining our provider list is one of the best ways to get more disability support clients and get found in your local area.
And yes - both NDIS registered providers and non-registered providers can join our marketplace. We’ll just need to verify your profile first to keep our marketplace a spam-free zone.
Interested in registering with the NDIS as a provider (if you haven’t already)? If your business provides products, support, or services to people with disabilities, it might be something to consider. Check out the info for providers here to find out how to get started as an NDIS provider.
Now over to you...
What other types of NDIS providers have you come across?
Let’s keep building on this resource. Is there anything we need to add to our NDIS providers list - whether it’s your own industry or a provider you’ve worked with?
Let us know in the comments below.