Autism Abilities values your feedback - in fact we LOVE to hear from you, so....
Please let us know how we're doing so we can make sure we keep doing it, get even better or fix something if it's not right.
Any complaints will be taken with the seriousness they deserve and dealt with in accordance with our feedback & complaints management policy. This means we will tell you what we will do about it and we will do so in a timely manner.
If you do not want to tell us or you are still not satisfied, information about how to make a complaint is provided below. Making a complaint will have no negative impact, consequence or disruption to the service you receive from us.
The NDIS Quality & Safeguards Commission is an independent government body that works to improve the quality and safety of all NDIS services and supports.
Explore the different criteria that need to be met to determine if something passes the Reasonable & Necessary test so you can feel confident in knowing what you can and can’t do with your NDIS funding.