The NDIA has released the 2024-25 NDIS price guide, here’s what you need to know.

Each year the NDIA release an update to their NDIS Price Guide. Here’s a quick breakdown of the changes in their latest review and how they may impact you as a participant or service provider.

All updates and changes officially apply from 1 July 2024.

TTP is ending

The Temporary Transformation Payment (TTP) is ending and from 1 July 2024, will no longer be included in the NDIA price guide

What does this mean for providers?

TTP will remain available as for any providers wanting to claim TTP rates for services dated prior to 1 July 2024 (as legacy line items). 

Updates to short notice cancellations

The terms of ‘Short Notice Cancellations’ have been updated, depending on the kind of support being provided.

  • DSW (Disability Support Work) – short-notice cancellation remains at 7 days.
  • Non-DSW (non-disability support work) supports – the short-notice cancellation terms are 2 business days.

What does this mean for providers?

The Pricing Arrangements and Price Limits (PAPL) document indicates next to each line item if it is ‘7 days’ cancellation or ‘2 clear business days’ cancellation.

What does this mean for participants?

Just be aware that this new timeframe for non-DSW-related supports is now in place.

Maximum hourly limits have been increased for some line items:

  • Some core supports will have an increase in the maximum hourly rate. Check the Plan Tracker Price Guide Wizard for more information.
  • Maximum hourly rate limit for psychology and behaviour supports, as well as some nursing supports have increased.
  • Level 1 SC (Support Coordination) and psychosocial recovery coaching price limits have increased.

New line items have been added

  1. Support Coordination Level 2: Coordination of Supports (Capacity Building: Help with finding and keeping a job)

A Support Coordinator who has an existing relationship with a participant can contribute to employment success by making sure the voice of the participant is heard in choosing employment, helping them to understand their obligations to an employer and coordinating support to facilitate their ongoing employment.

  1. Psychosocial Recovery Coaching (Capacity Building: Help with finding and keeping a job)

A recovery coach will advise an employment provider and a prospective employer on how best to assist the participant to manage new or different stressors. They can also ensure that other support and clinical services are responsive to the changes in the participant’s life as they commence employment and successfully engage in ongoing employment.

  1. Supports in Employment (Capacity Building: Help with finding and keeping a job)

Introducing a support worker who will continue to support the participant in the workplace will increase the likelihood of them maintaining their employment. These items are available as an interim measure until a new plan is developed to include the necessary ongoing core supports.

  1. AT mentor (Capacity Building: Improved Daily Living)

This support provides independent, qualified advice for participants to choose and use assistive technology. AT Mentors, authorised as AT Advisors, can offer capacity building and peer support but cannot perform AT assessments.

Find and view current price limits quickly and easily

Our NDIS Price Guide Wizard helps you to find line items and price limits in one simple search. Browse by support category or search for a particular product, service or code to get the info you need, including price limits, whether a quote is required, whether providers can charge for travel, and more.

Try our Price Guide Wizard here.

Read the full NDIS pricing review here

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