NDIS Code of Conduct, Survey. Closing date 21 June 2017.

NDIS Code of Conduct, Survey. Closing date 21st June.

A new National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) Quality and Safeguarding Framework (the Framework) has been developed to ensure that all NDIS participants can access high quality and safe supports. The Framework was developed in consultation across governments and with people with disability, carers and providers and is available on the Department of Social Services website.

One aspect of the new NDIS Quality and Safeguarding Framework is a new NDIS Code of Conduct.

A code of conduct is important to:

  • empower people with disability in relation to their rights;
  • outline expectations for providers and individual workers,
  • shape the behaviour and culture of organisations; and
  • provide a mechanism to enforce consequences if workers and providers do not meet expectations.

The final Code of Conduct will be enforceable by law and will include sanctions for breaches of the Code. The Code will come into effect once the NDIS is at full-scheme.

Your ideas and feedback are welcomed on the content of the Code of Conduct. You are invited to read the Discussion Paper, which is also available in an Easy English version. You are encouraged to complete the quick survey on this website, or upload a submission

NDIS Code of Conduct