Hunter Disability Services Pty Ltd is an approved NDIS Provider. Our extensive experience delivering NDIS supports allows us to strengthen participant’s abilities to participate in the community & build their capacity to achieve greater independence.
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Hunter Disability Services is a local provider offering honest, expert advice and reliable, quality services. We work with clients to ACHIEVE the future they choose.
At Hunter Disability Services we offer a seamless, one stop journey from the moment you contact us. Our dedicated NDIS coordinators are ready to answer all your questions, assess your NDIS eligibility and guide you through the application process.
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HDS will apply NDIS prices / hourly rates for all supports provided as outlined in the NDIS Support Catalogue (2020-2021). Where Temporary Transformation Payment rates apply to a support item, HDS will charge at that rate.
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What is TTP and How Will It Affect Me?
In 2019, the NDIS Price Guide introduced a number of changes to improve sustainability of the industry. One of the most notable changes was the introduction of Temporary Transformation Payment (TTP) rates. This meant that providers were able to charge a higher rate for services without affecting participants’ funding or supports.
So, what exactly is Temporary Transformation Payment (TTP) 2020 / 2021 and what does it mean for me, the participant?
TTP is a 6% loading (2020 / 2021) on top of the base price limit laid out in the NDIS Price Guide. TTP rates are included in the support catalogue as separate line items.
In a nutshell:
TTP replaced Temporary Support Overheads (TSO) loading, which was put in place initially for providers to be able to cope with costs associated with transitioning from block funding to NDIS funding. Even with this in place, many providers have had trouble operating at current and previous price points.
There are a number of contributing factors that have caused this strain on providers, including: higher overheads since NDIS rollout, challenges adapting to unit pricing from block funding, lower utilisation of workers and higher labour costs.
With TTP funding, we’re optimistic that the industry can begin to stabilise, giving clients security that their much-needed services will be delivered sustainably for the foreseeable future.
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