What do we mean by leaving the NDIS?

When you leave the NDIS, you won’t be an NDIS participant anymore. You won’t have an NDIS plan or get any NDIS supports.

You can choose to leave the NDIS any time. You’ll also leave the NDIS if you’re no longer eligible.

Some participants will stay with the NDIS for their whole life. Other participants may need the NDIS for a shorter period of time. The length of time that you stay eligible for the NDIS depends on your individual situation and disability support needs.

There are a number of situations where you might leave the NDIS:

Participants also leave NDIS when they die.  Learn more about what happens with NDIS supports when a participant dies.

This page current as of
31 October 2022
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