There were 664 Tasmanians who joined the National Disability Insurance Scheme over three months up until March 31 which brought the total number of participants in the state to 8343.
The total number of active provider within the state with at least one claim also grew over the period from 900 to 996, according to the National Disability Insurance Agency's most recent quarterly report.
Each of the state's regions were below the benchmark for plan utilisation by either one or two percentage points.
Participants were above the baselines in terms of involvement in community and social activities as well as work.
Thirty-nine per cent of Tasmanian NDIS participants are recorded to be involved in some form of community activity and 17 per cent are involved in some form of work.
A majority of participants (66.7 per cent) were in areas with a population up to 50,000 while 13.8 per cent were in population areas of less than 5000.