NDIS: Access Request Form If you think you meet the NDIS requirements you can make an Access Request two ways. You can make a Verbal Access Request (VAR) or Fill out a paper Access Request Form (ARF). You will need to provide age and residency evidence. The easiest way to do it is to give the NDIA consent to use your Centrelink record, if you are a Centrelink customer. You may also need to provide evidence about your disability and how it impacts your everyday life. The easiest way to do it is to ask your treating health professional to complete the ARF – Part F or an NDIA Supporting Evidence form. It helps if you can also supply copies of any existing reports or assessments. No matter how you make an Access Request you will need to provide the NDIA with the same information and evidence to support your application. How to do I get an Access Request form You can get an Access Request form from your Local Area Coordinator, Early Childhood Early Intervention partner (if your child is under 7), your local NDIA office or you can call 1800 800 110.