Take the organisational weight of coordinating NDIS services off your hands.
If you, or someone you care for, are receiving NDIS funding, sourcing, scheduling, and reviewing your services can feel like a full-time job. A Support Coordinator can work with you to implement your plan and liaise with the service delivery teams who will provide your support programs.
What does a Support Coordinator do?
When you work with a Support Coordinator, you will have someone on your team dedicated to ensuring your funding is used to deliver programs that empower you to meet your identified goals.
Your Support Coordinator can manage all of the following for you:
- Identifying supports that meet the needs outlined in your NDIS plan
- Communicating with multiple service providers
- Ensuring that service agreements and Schedules of Support align with NDIS Pricing Guide and legislation
- Negotiating the manner and timing of supports, including service agreements
- Reporting to the NDIA and other government agencies when required
- Obtaining quotes from providers of your choice and monitoring the plan budget
- Responding to a crisis or significant change of circumstances that may require a review of your plan.
How do I arrange a Support Coordinator?
Take the first step by identifying your need for support coordination funding when you meet with the NDIS to discuss and create your plan. Learn more about the NDIS planning process here.
Why should I have a Support Coordinator?
A Support Coordinator is there to smooth out the service arrangement process. Their job is to take things off your plate and make your life easier.
Find out more or arrange a chat with one of our Support Coordinators by calling 1300 900 091 or fill out the form on the right.
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