People with a psychosocial disability

The People with psychosocial disability in the NDIS report is part of a series of publicly shared reports released by the NDIA as part of the Agency’s commitment to sharing specialist data in addition to the comprehensive quarterly and other reports regularly released to assist stakeholders to understand market trends.

The NDIA is confident the data will provide invaluable insight for the community and wider mental health sector to identify where it can best support participants, demonstrate evidence of the benefits of the NDIS, and chart the outcomes of NDIS participants. 

This presentation summarises available information on:

  • Part 1: Participants – the portfolio of active Scheme participants with a primary psychosocial disability and the eligibility of those approaching the Scheme.
  • Part 2: Approved plans – the characteristics of participants with an approved plan, comparing participants with psychosocial disability to all Scheme participants.
  • Part 3: Committed supports and payments – the amount and types of supports committed in plans and how the plans are utilised.
  • Part 4: Participant outcomes and satisfaction – participant baseline and longitudinal outcome measures for participants and family/carers, as well as results from the participant satisfaction survey.

Note: the information on these pages is subject to a Data disclaimer.

This page current as of
28 September 2020