TTP Prices

In July 2019, the NDIA introduced a new cost called the Temporary Transformation Payment (TTP). TTP is a special NDIS pricing arrangement paid by the NDIA to service providers.

The TTP is a conditional price loading designed to assist providers, like Activ, to transition to the NDIS.

The TTP item is higher than the price limit for the non-TTP item. The difference in price limits commenced at 7.5% in the 2019-20 financial year, reducing by 1.5% each financial year thereafter.

For the 2021/22 financial year, the NDIS set the TTP rate at 4.5% above the standard rates that Activ charge for the services we provide. The TTP rate will decrease by 1.5% each year until it is completely removed.

Like other providers, Activ must also outline the price that we charge to deliver support services to our customers. The price for a particular service cannot be greater than the price limit set out in the NDIS Pricing Arrangements and Price Limits 2021-22 (effective 7 December 2021) and the NDIS Support Catalogue 2021-22 (effective 17 August 2021).

Employment prices

Activ will be applying the transitional rate for supported employment services until 30 June 2022. Activ will transition to the new employment hourly rates from 1 July 2022.

What is a Support Catalogue?

The Support Catalogue acts as a price list for the types of services and supports available through the NDIS.

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