NDIS Pricing Arrangements and Limits
The NDIS Pricing Arrangements and Price Limits (previously NDIS Price Guide) helps you understand price controls for supports and services for work in the NDIS to ensure you are receiving value for money.
Despite its name, the pricing arrangement and price limits does not contain prices. Instead, it outlines policy information and guidance for providers, support coordinators, plan managers and participants.
Each year, the National Disability Insurance Agency (NDIA) does an annual pricing review and releases new National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) pricing arrangements. The prices for services are based on market trends and NDIS performance data.
A new price guide gets released on 1 July every year. When it's ready, you can find the updated version on the NDIS website.
Published annually the NDIS Support Catalogue is a price list for services and supports available through the NDIS. It includes a cap or maximum price a service can cost. It contains prices, limits, support categories and descriptions and line item numbers.
This will help you identify what is claimable, ensure what you are paying is fair and that you are using the right type of support categories for invoicing and payments.
Getting the help of a plan manager
If you have a NDIS plan, it is important to stay abreast of any changes to the NDIS price guide and support catalogue – and amendments are often made. A plan manager like MyIntegra, can help make sure you are claiming in line with the price guide and getting the most value out of your plan. Best of all, there’s no cost to you when you have ‘plan management’ included in your plan, as it’s funded separately.
The latest NDIS Pricing Arrangements and Price Limits document (NDIS Price Guide 2023-2024) is already available on the NDIS website. It took effect on 1 July 2023. Click here to learn more about the recent NDIS pricing updates
Supports and services fall under three main budgets:
- Core Supports budget
- Capacity Building Supports budget
- Capital Supports budget
Within these, there are 15 broad support categories that can be covered with NDIS funding.