The register of disability service providers identifies the disability service providers that are required to comply with the conditions and provisions of the Disability Act 2006.
In most cases, the requirement to apply for registration as a disability service provide will be stipulated as a condition of funding.
Entities that apply for initial registration under the Act must demonstrate their capacity to comply with the Human Services Standards (gazetted as Department of Health and Human Services Standards). This is done through our online self-assessment tool.
Registered organisations are required to demonstrate compliance with the standards at the time of renewal of registration.
Service providers must also undertake an independent review within 12 months of initial registration.
The registration policies (updated October 2018) found in related resources on this page, provide important legislative and policy requirements for disability service providers.
Register of disability service providers
Section 46 of the Disability Act 2006 requires us to keep and make publicly available a register of disability service providers.
The register is a list of organisations that deliver services specifically to persons with a disability. The details required to be kept on the register include the disability service providers:
- Contact details.
The register of disability service providers is separate to the register of authorised program officers kept by the Senior Practitioner and referred to in sections 139(3) and 190(3) of the Act.
The current register was updated in February 2019. For more information, see Related resources.