Specialist Support Coordination

Specialist Support Coordination

In cases where your situation is more complex, the NDIS may include Specialist Support Coordination in your plan. Specialist Support Coordination is a level of support that addresses the difficulties faced in the support environment that holds you back from effectively using your plan. This is provided by a specialist support coordinator who is affiliated with a medical, psychological, social services or related field.

What does a Specialist Support Coordinator do for you?

At Support Agency, we will help you get through the complexities of your situation with our specialised support services while helping you understand the NDIS plan and make the most out of it.


Our Specialist Support Coordinators are able to:

  • Reduce the need for support to help you live more independently
  • Work together with you to understand the barriers in your support environment and develop a plan to minimise them
  • Help maintain a positive and transparent relationship with your professional service providers such as your doctors, therapists or caregiver
  • Make certain that you have a deep understanding of your plan and how to use it
  • Ensure consistent delivery of services


Frequently Asked Questions

Both services are similar in terms of helping you understand how the NDIS system works and how to maximise the use of your plan. The only significant difference between the two is that Specialist Support Coordination is also tailored to address the barriers that hold you back from accessing, implementing or using your plan.

Specialist Support Coordination is available until the difficulties of your situation in implementing and using your plan are properly addressed. Our goal as your specialist support coordinator is to reduce your need for support and help you take back control of your life so you can do future planning of needs and goals.

Our job as your specialist support coordinator is to address all the complexities of accessing your NDIS plan to the best of our abilities but the decision on how or where to use your plan is always yours to take. This will allow you to live more independently.