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NDIS Participant Details *

Participant Address *

What is your relationship to the NDIS Participant you are signing up? *

If you are able to provide guardianship documentation, please provide it here.

Preferred Contact Method

Would you like access to any of these additional options?

Do you want us to list any additional contacts? (EG Support Coordinator, Family, Friend, Nominee) *

If No and you wish to nominate someone in the future, we will require consent to share documentation.

Additional Contact 1 - Details*

Additional Contact 1 - Allow access to?*

Additional Contact 2 - Details*

Additional Contact 2 - Allow access to?*

If you are able to, please upload a copy of your NDIS Plan

If you do not have a copy of your plan or can't upload your plan you can send it to us later.

How did you hear about us? *

NDIS Audit

NDIS registered providers are required to be audited against the NDIS Practice Standards as part of the NDIS Quality and Safeguarding Framework. Clients of Aspire Plan Management are automatically enrolled in the audit processes and may be contacted by the Aspire Plan Management audit team for interviews and/or have their files reviewed to ensure Aspire Plan Management is compliant with the NDIS standards. If you do not wish to participate in the audit you can opt out of the process by ticking the box below

Plan Managed By Aspire Plan Management

If you were plan managed by another provider, who was the provider? *

Service Agreement


This Service Agreement is between Aspire Plan Management and the participant / nominated representative in the National Disability Insurance Scheme. This Agreement will commence, and the participant will become an active client of Aspire Plan Management from today until we are notified otherwise in writing by the Participant/Guardian/ Nominated Representative.


The Agreement uses words that have a specific meaning: Plan means the written NDIS plan developed with you and/or on your behalf by the NDIA or their delegate (for example a Local Area Coordinator). Our Services means plan management and financial intermediary services provided to the Participant by Aspire Plan Management. Support Provider refers to the provider of support services for the NDIS Participant.


We will:

  • Pay support provider invoices on behalf of the NDIS Participant.
  • Provide information to Support Providers about tax invoice requirements so invoices are paid promptly.
  • Process reimbursement claims.
  • Confirm the invoice approval process that the Participant / Nominated Representative requires prior to payment by us.
  • Provide access to up-to-date information about amounts claimed against the Participant’s plan budget and remaining plan balances.
  • Provide monthly statements of expenditure and available funding upon request.
  • Provide access to our specialist support team to assist with questions about the plan including fund utilisation.
  • Communicate openly and honestly with you in a timely and professional manner.
  • Treat the Participant / Nominated Representative with courtesy and respect.
  • Listen to the Participant / Nominated Representative’s feedback and resolve problems with you together.
  • Advise the participant of our Feedback and Complaints policy.
  • Protect the Participant’s privacy and maintain confidentiality of personal information in accordance with Privacy Act 1988. Please see Aspire Plan Management Privacy Policy on our website.
  • Observe and investigate any incidents that occur and comply with eh NDIs (Incident Management and Reportable Incidents) Rules 2018. We will involve the Participant in the investigation and determine actions/outcomes. (A copy of Incident Management Policy can be provided if requested.)
  • Ensure that the Participant accessing supports from us understands why we collect their information and how we use it, including recorded material in audio and/or visual format.
  • Provide Our Services only to the amount funded in the Participant’s NDIS plan.

Participant / Nominated Representative Responsibilities

You agree to:

  • Tell us how you wish for Our Services to be delivered to meet your goals and needs.
  • Treat our employees with courtesy and respect.
  • Talk to us if you have concerns about the plan management services we are providing.
  • Let us know about any concerns you have about Our Services and/or invoicing from a Support Provider.
  • Give us the required notice to end this Agreement (see Ending the Service Agreement clause)
  • Let us know immediately if the Participant's NDIS plan is suspended or replaced by a new plan or the Participant stops being a participant in the NDIS.
  • Let us know in writing of any changes that may impact on us meeting our responsibilities.
  • Let us know if the circumstances change regarding the Participant's Nominated Representative or Support Coordinator.
  • Be contacted to discuss Our Services and have your records reviewed by relevant third parties if required for regulatory or auditing purposes.
  • Receive documents and updates electronically. You may contact us at any time if you do not wish to receive these electronically.
  • Receive direct marketing material from us. You may contact us at any time if you do not wish to receive this material.

You agree we can:

  • Access the Participant's NDIS funding that has been made available through their NDIS plan, via the NDIS online portal (MyPlace).
  • Use the information in the Participant's online portal to set up their plan management services and begin processing invoices and reimbursements.
  • Discuss the Participant's plan with the NDIA and/or its delegates (such as a Local Area Coordinators or Support Coordinator).
  • Discuss with Support Providers services that have been, or will be, delivered by them to the Participant.
  • Automatically renew this Agreement following each plan review (unless you tell us not to).


We will arrange an initial meeting with the Participant / Nominated Representative. The initial meeting may be face to face, by telephone or online (e.g., Microsoft Teams or alternative). During the initial meeting we will:

  • Provide information about our respective responsibilities to ensure supports obtained are aligned with the Participant's NDIS plan.
  • Confirm there is sufficient NDIS funding in the Participant's plan for plan management (Improved Life Choices) supports.
  • Confirm the invoice approval process that the Participant / Nominated Representative requires prior to payment by us.
  • Confirm the Participant / Nominated Representative's preferences about visibility over invoices sent to us for payment.
  • Provide information about what our process is to receive, manage and pay invoices.
  • Discuss what our respective responsibilities are for ongoing monitoring and management of the Participant's plan budget.
  • Provide information to the Participant / Nominated Representative about our dispute resolution processes.


We collect and use personal information to ensure our services meet your individual needs and will do so in accordance with Aspire Plan Managements' Privacy and Dignity policy (see our website This policy provides guidelines in the collection, use, disclosure, and security of your personal information. This information will also be used for:

  • Administrative purposes - planning your support and services.
  • Disclosure of information to the NDIA, the NDIS Quality and Safeguards Commission or other government agencies when needed.
  • Disclosure of Information pertaining to the funded supports in the Participant's plan to other disability support providers in order for them to provide appropriate services.
  • Your informed consent for the sharing of information will be sought and respected in all situations unless:
  • We are obliged by law to disclose your information regardless of consent or otherwise.
  • It is unsafe or impossible to gain consent or consent has been refused, and,
  • Without information being shared, it is anticipated a child, young person or adult will be at risk of serious harm, abuse or neglect, or pose a risk to their own or public health or safety.
  • All Aspire Plan Management employees are aware of the sensitivity of the information disclosed. Employees are trained to work within privacy legislation, our policy and procedure, and must hold appropriate clearances. You have the right to gain access to the information we hold about the Participant. You can find information on how to request access or update the Participant’s personal information (see our website


Aspire Plan Management will claim directly from the NDIA a set-up fee (if applicable) and a monthly fee for the provision of Our Services as set out in the NDIS Price Guide. Should the NDIA amend any rates associated with Our Services, we will automatically update our fees in accordance with the NDIS Price Guide. No action will be required by you.


We agree that any changes to this Agreement will be made in writing, signed, and dated by both the Participant / Nominated Representative and Aspire Plan Management. Alternatively, verbal notice can be provided (if written notice cannot be provided by the Participant / Nominated Representative).


Should either party wish to end this Agreement they must give twenty-eight (28) days' notice in writing or by phone (if written notice cannot be provided by the Participant / Nominated Representative). If either party seriously breaches this Agreement the requirement of notice will be waived. We will notify your Support Provider/s if we receive an invoice for services after the end date of your Service Agreement date with us that your Agreement with Aspire Plan Management has ended.


The Participant / Nominated Representative can give us feedback, make a complaint, or ask for a copy of our Managing Feedback and Complaints Policy and Procedure by:

  • Calling us on 0424 646 679 , and we will try to resolve the Issue/s during the call.
  • Submitting feedback online via our website:
  • We will handle a complaint in accordance with our Managing Feedback and Complaints Policy and Procedure. Complaints can be anonymous. If our team are unable to resolve the complaint, it will be forwarded to senior management. If you are still not satisfied with our response, or you do not feel comfortable talking with us, you can contact the NDIS Quality and Safeguards Commission on 1800 035 544, or visit Please ask if you require support to contact the commission. Information regarding the Incident Management Processes at Aspire Plan Management are available on our website, or you can ask for a copy of our Incident Management Policy and Procedure by contacting us.


If you would like support to give your feedback, we encourage you to seek support from family, a friend or an independent advocate. The Disability Advocacy Finder can help you find Independent advocacy services near you at For more information about an independent advocate, visit: or alternatively you can call the NDIS Quality and Safeguards Commission on 1800 035 544. Information about advocacy services is also available on our website. We encourage any person to report incidents of unsafe or poor-quality services and supports. When we receive a report we manage it according to the NDIS Quality and Safeguards Commission’s Standards, Rules and Reportable Incidents Guidelines.


Goods and services provided in Australia are subject to section 38-38 of the A New Tax System (Goods and Services Tax) Act 1999. We confirm that the supply of Our Services under this Agreement meets the definition of reasonable and necessary supports as described in section 33(2) of the NDIS Act. Aspire Plan Management will pay GST as specified in the NDIS Act.


Any advice given by Aspire Plan Management, outside of plan management and financial intermediary services advice, shall be considered general in nature. Aspire Plan Management will not be liable for any failure of, or delay in the performance of, this Agreement for the period that such failure or delay is:

  • Beyond the reasonable control of either party.
  • Nothing in the Aspire Plan Management Agreement negates or diminishes the statutory guarantees regarding the supply of services the Participant / Nominated Representative receives under Australian Consumer Law (Competition and Consumer Act 2010, Schedule 2). Aspire Plan Management takes in good faith the Information provided by the Participant / Nominated Representative to be true and accurate, and that any claims presented to Aspire Plan Management are a true reflection of goods and services provided to the participant in line with the NDIS guidelines (National Disability Insurance Scheme Act 2013). You (and/or your Nominated Representative) agree that Aspire Plan Management provides plan management services only and you will not hold us responsible for any loss or damage you suffer as a result of, or in connection with, the conduct of any other third party (including any NDIS registered or unregistered provider). You (and/or your Nominated Representative) agree that Aspire Plan Management is not liable for any loss (including indirect, consequential, incidental, or special damages) you may suffer from a breach of this Agreement unless the breach involves fraud or wilful default by Aspire Plan Management. Aspire Plan Management aggregate liability under or in connection with this Agreement (whether in contract, negligence, for breach of statutory duty or otherwise) will not exceed the amount of fees paid for Plan Management services in the previous 12 months.

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