• Why is having an NDIS Support Coordinator important?
    A Support Coordinator is a person who understands the service system and has experience in making sure people get the most out of their NDIS funding package. They can: ● Link you with services you need ● Monitor your budget and support you in implementing your plan ● Suggest services you may have not previously thought about ● Help you build a care team for yourself or the person you are caring for ● Support you during a plan review process ● Show you how to use the online portal ● Assist you with various assessment and service referrals ● Make sure you are in control of choosing your supports

What levels of NDIS Support Coordination are there?

There are three levels of support coordination that can be included in your plan:

  • Support connection – To help you connect with informal, community and funded supports
  • Support Coordination – To help build your skills in understanding and using your plan
  • NDIS Specialist Support Coordination – Is for people whose situations are more complex and who need more intensive support

Support Coordinators can work with you to focus on a specific goal in your NDIS plan (like finding suitable housing and living supports).

  • When should I start thinking about my support plan goals?
    Because you are in control of choosing who your support coordinator is, it is very important to think about the goals and needs you would like to work on early. Once you are clear about these things, you can then use your Support Coordination funding to identify and select someone who has the skills, knowledge and experience to meet your specific needs.
  • When should I first request Support Coordination?
    Because Support Coordination is complex and not an automatic part of every funding package, you should consider requesting it during your first planning meeting with your NDIS Local Area Coordinator (LAC).

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Finding the right NDIS Support Coordinator for me.

Assuming you have been approved to receive Support Coordination funding, the next step is to take the time to choose the best coordinator for you.

At Enable All, we strongly encourage that we meet first and have a conversation about the supports you need. This meeting can be over the phone, online or face-to-face, whichever you choose.

TIP – You may like to come up with some questions that will help you get to know us better. You may also like to bring a trusted family member or friend to our first meeting so that they can help you collect all the information and afterwards, help you decide if your Enable All Support Coordinator is a good fit for you.
  • What questions might you ask of me at our first meeting?
    To help guide our first meeting, we will ask you some questions to help us get to know you and the kind of assistance you need. These questions could include: ● Tell us about a day in your life. What are some of the things you like to do? ● What are some of the things you would like to start doing / achieve? ● Would these be things you’d like to write into your support plan? ● Have you had a Support Coordinator or Case Manager before? What other services have you worked with in the past? ● What was it about them that was good / not so good? ● How can we make sure you are happy with the supports you receive from Enable All? ● How would you like us to contact you about your plan? ● What can we do to make sure you can tell us if you are not happy with a service? ● What help do you think you will need to learn how to manage your service plan?
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Call Enable All Today.

At Enable All, we believe that Support Coordination is very important to the success of your plan and the development of your ability to coordinate your own supports.

Our professional Support Coordinators are ready to help you think about the services and supports you will need to help you reach your goals.

Make a time to meet with us and hear how we can help.

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