Assisting Our Families with the NDIS Process

Learning For Life Autism Centre assists the families we support in our ABA programs with the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) process.

We can help our families understand:

  • The NDIS journey
  • At what stage they may be along that journey
  • The different requirements at each stage

We can also support by assisting with application forms and providing progress reports for NDIS plan reviews.

If your child is participating in a L4Life program and you need support with the NDIS process, please speak to your L4Life supervisor.

Learning For Life Autism Centre is a registered NDIS provider.

What it means to be an NDIS Provider

An NDIS provider is a person, business or organisation who delivers NDIS funded supports to participants.

Providers can be large companies, charities, small not-for-profits, sole traders, or any other type of business.

NDIS registered providers are regulated by the  NDIS Quality and Safeguards Commission.  All providers (registered or unregistered) must adhere to the NDIS Code of Conduct.

If your NDIS funding is NDIA-managed, you can only use NDIS registered providers to deliver your services.

Participants who self-manage or have a plan manager to manage their NDIS plan funding can use NDIS registered providers or unregistered providers.

As an NDIS provider, Learning for Life Autism Centre is registered to provide specialist behaviour support services to NDIS participants with Improved Relationships funding.

Please note: Learning for Life do not provide Support Coordination or Plan Management as separate services to non-L4Life families.

Learning For Life NDIS Provider


The National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) is an Australia-wide scheme.  It provides funding to eligible people with disability to access reasonable necessary supports they need to reach their goals.  The support can include education, equipment, health, wellbeing, employment and social participation.

The National Disability Insurance Agency (NDIA) oversees the functioning of the NDIS. The NDIA is responsible for determining eligibility for the NDIS and undertaking planning with people with disability.

Find out more about the NDIS