Supporting YOU, in ways that you see fit for your future
How can I access a Support Coordinator with my NDIS plan?
There are two ways that you can access a Support Coordinator or Specialist Support Coordinator with your new or existing NDIS plan.
The first option is:
Under the Capacity Building section of your plan, you may be funded for a Support Coordinator (this is a stated support).
If this is funded in your plan, you can make contact with the Coordinator of your choice to reach out for assistance. Make sure to prepare any questions you may have - your Coordinator is here to assist you!
The second option is:
Apply for a review (plan variation) to request Support Coordination to be included in your plan.
If you, a neighbour or a loved one are in need of Support Coordination to implement your NDIS plan and support you along the journey, contact the NDIS team to discuss options for engaging a coordinator in your local community.
NDIS contact centre: 1800 880 110
What is the role of a Support Coordinator?
At Inclusive Care we specialise in Level 2 and Level 3 (Specialist) Support Coordination to assist you and your loved ones to:
Implement your NDIS plan and utilise your support budget.
Understand your unique goals, and support you to achieve them.
Connect you with providers of choice, in your local community.
Build independence and confidence with your support, networks, and in your daily life.
Increase your capacity to establish and maintain relationships and connections in your life.
Assist you with preparing for your plan review, and support you to notify the NDIA regarding any changes to your circumstances.
Liaise and engage with stakeholders, and be proactive in arranging the most suitable support for your circumstances.
Support you in requesting and gathering reports from your Allied Health team.
Support you to manage complexities impacting your daily life and NDIS goals.
Update the NDIA on any feedback regarding your plan, the funding available to you, and your experiences with providers.
To be there for YOU, listening and respecting your individual needs.
The NDIA views Support Coordination as a collaborative task. You will need to work closely with your coordinator to implement the plan the way you see fit.
Do we provide Level 1 Support Connection?
Yes, we do!
What is the difference?
Level 1 Support Connection is often funded to help participants to start and implement their plan. This is a non-ongoing and less intensive level of support that is great to have for a first NDIS plan.
What you can expect:
Assistance with finding providers in your local community.
General enquiries relating to your NDIS support and daily life.
Assistance to understand your new NDIS plan and how to implement it.
Support to apply for a review of a reviewable decision (RORD) if your NDIS plan doesn't meet your needs.
Assist you to engage in support and activities of your choice!