Upon receiving your NDIS plan, you may receive a fund for support coordination. This will give you the option to select which service provider you want to work with, which is where we come in. The type of support you get from your NDIS plan depends on your personal circumstances and needs.
Included in your plan are three levels of Support Coordination, but this may vary with your goals and needs.
Accessing your NDIS plan can be a difficult task – that’s why we’re here to help.
As your Support Coordinator, we’ll help get the right support, exactly where you need it. We also help you connect to a network of supports to plan for future needs, as well as any unexpected circumstances that may arise.
Support Coordination can help you:
As your Support Coordinator, we’ll assist you with booking your service and understanding service agreements. Our aim is to help you develop skills and confidence, help strengthen your relationships and improve your wellbeing, so you can gain more independence and manage your supports in the future.
The NDIS will assess whether you are eligible for support coordination to be included in your plan.
Each participant is assessed by the NDIS. If you are unable to navigate through your NDIS plan by yourself, have limited ability or don’t have any family or friends that can assist you to establish a connection with service providers, the NDIS may determine that you qualify for funding of support coordination.
It is not easy to navigate and understand how the NDIS system works. You may have friends or family around, but they may not have the knowledge or expertise to assist you in maximising the use of your funding, or connecting you with a support network. If this is the case, you may be eligible for support coordination.
At Support Agency, we will: