The NDIS and interpreters and translators

The NDIA must provide access to interpreters to potential NDIS participants to access and communicate with the NDIA, including when making an access request over the phone and during the planning process. People with disability and their families who have difficulties communicating in English have a right to request a qualified, face to face interpreter for the planning process and to request a specific interpreter if this is essential to maintaining the quality and continuity of care and is beneficial to them.

Access to interpreters and translation under the NDIS (PDF)

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