The NIISQ Agency funds a range of treatment, care and support services provided to NIISQ participants.
All NIISQ participants have an experienced member of the NIISQ Agency support planning team assigned to work closely with them to develop their support plan and coordinate their access to necessary and reasonable treatment, care and support services to achieve their individual goals.
What is a provider?
A provider is an individual or organisation delivering a support or service to a NIISQ participant.
Providers of the following treatment, care and support services are required to be registered with the NIISQ Agency and are governed by our Service Provider Standards.
Click the below links to find the register of providers for each of these services.
This data is correct as at 1 June 2021.
Services for coordination of treatment, care and support
Attendant care and support services
Only those providers who have or are currently providing services to participants are listed on the register of providers for a service. The inclusion of a service provider on the register of providers for service does not guarantee that a provider will remain on the register for that service, nor does it guarantee that they will be engaged to deliver services to a NIISQ participant.
Where contact details are missing, these have not been provided to NIISQ. Note that ‘head office address’ does not indicate the areas serviced by a provider. Please check with individual providers if they are able to provide goods or services in your area.
The NIISQ Agency conducts periodic reviews of the register of providers for each service including the criteria and procedures to be a registered provider of a service.
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for further information on requirements to become a registered provider.