Australian Government - Department of Health - Office of Hearing Services
Hearing Services Program

National Disability Insurance Scheme

The transitioning of Hearing Services Program clients to the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS)

Information about how the NDIS affects the Hearing Services Program (the program)

The frequently asked questions factsheet explains how the NDIS affects the program.

Information for existing program clients

The frequently asked questions factsheet explains how the NDIS affects clients of the program.

Information for existing NDIS participants

Information about how you are referred to the program is available on the Information for NDIS Participants page.

Information for Contracted Service Providers

The frequently asked questions factsheet explains the interim arrangements for contracted service providers.

NDIS application form

NDIA Planners are required to sign and send the completed client application form from an NDIS e-mail address to hearing@health.gov.au

Services cannot be provided until a voucher has been issued to the participant. Service providers cannot process NDIS applications.  NDIS applications cannot be processed if they are received from a non NDIS e-mail address.

Client application form (pdf)
Client application form (word)

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Accessing the NDIS

Questions about the NDIS Operational Guidelines – Access to the NDIS (reference 8.3.3 and 9.5.2), providing services under the NDIS or the NDIS roll-out map, should be directed to the NDIS by calling 1800 800 110 or emailing provider.support@NDIS.gov.au.

NDIS transitional arrangements

Questions about how the NDIS affects the program can be emailed to hearing@health.gov.au or by calling 1800 500 726.

Information about the NDIS program of work

The Hearing Services Program-NDIS Transition Plan is a detailed document to assist us in planning our NDIS transition program of work.




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