• 24 Sep, 2023

What we have heard – NDIS Review interim report - NDIS Review

Submission by the Australian Physiotherapy Association

August 2023

Person with a disability sitting in a wheelchair participating in an exercise program with small weights in their hands

NDIS pricing update misses the mark on the real contribution of physiotherapy

In the aftermath of an NDIS pricing review that overlooked an adjustment to Therapy Supports, the Australian Physiotherapy Association (APA) calls for an end to the inaccurate and damaging price-gouging rhetoric that continues to be unfairly pointed toward physiotherapy services and marring the real value that physiotherapy provides under the NDIS.

  • 24 Sep, 2023

The NDIS Quality and Safeguarding Framework – NDIS Review

Submission by Australian Physiotherapy Association

May 2023

  • 24 Sep, 2023

NDIS Annual Pricing Review 2023-2024

Submission by the Australian Physiotherapy Association

April 2023

  • 24 Sep, 2023

A New Act to Replace the Disability Services Act 1986: Joint submission from Disability Representative Organisations

Submission formally endorsed by the Australian Physiotherapy Association

February 2023

  • 24 Sep, 2023

Federal Pre-Budget Submission 2023-2024 | Physiotherapy: high-value care for all.

Submission by the Australian Physiotherapy Association

January 2023

  • 24 Sep, 2023

Capability and Culture of the NDIA - Joint Standing Committee on the NDIS

Submission by the Australian Physiotherapy Association

December 2022

A male physiotherapist is standing up, smiling and touching the shoulder of a male patient who is sitting upright on a treatment table, looking at, and smiling back at the physiotherapist. The patient has a prosthetic leg.

NDIS pricing should be about quality, outcomes and sustainability not a race to the bottom

The Australian Physiotherapy Association (APA) represents a key workforce of National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) service providers and welcomes the priority the new government is placing on representation and reform of the scheme, to restore it to its founding promise: choice and control for participants.