It is a document that highlights all the different scenarios related to providing the necessary support based on a participant`s NDIS plan. Anti-competitive issues – exclusion clauses that attempt to prevent a participant from hiring an employee of the service provider in the future. These clauses are intended to control access to the service provider`s staff beyond the conclusion of the service contract. A few reasons why service contracts are important: Yes, service contracts are usually a formality, but they exist for a good reason. The NDIS is quite strict about how participants receive their funding, so it`s important for participants to know that they can fully trust a service provider. The same applies to participants who must make payments immediately after delivery. We are talking here in a general way, there are additional requirements regarding the service agreements that have been defined for providers of supported independent living (SIL) and specialist Disability Accommodation (SDA), which we will soon be looking at in our Quality and Safeguarding newsletter. These are just some of the advantages. If you`d like to learn more about what a service contract can do to make your NDIS business a success, visit the official page and the Quality and Backup Commissions page. In general, it`s better to start simply and rely on your agreements rather than filling them with unnecessary jargon that baffles participants. Our support coordination workshops are often dominated by discussions about what should be in an NDIS service contract, who should have one, and who should sign one. .

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