With so many providers to choose from, finding and coordinating the right supports can be overwhelming. Our NDIS Support Coordinators and Specialist Support Coordinators are here to help you understand and get the most out of your NDIS plan. Our support coordination service is available across South Australia.
What is NDIS support coordination?
Support coordination helps you to understand and implement the supports in your NDIS plan and link you to community, mainstream and other government services. Depending on your goals, needs and aspirations, you may receive funding for support coordination in your NDIS plan.
There are three levels of support coordination:
Our NDIS support coordination services
Working with a My Care Planner NDIS Support Coordinator or NDIS Specialist Support Coordinator ensures you are supported to reach your goals with a mix of community, mainstream and government services.
Providing support across Adelaide and South Australia
We have a broad network of quality support providers across South Australia. No matter where you live in the state, we can help you maximise the supports in your NDIS plan.
Our NDIS support coordination services and specialist support coordination services are available across South Australia, including Eastern Adelaide, Northern Adelaide, Southern Adelaide, Western Adelaide, Adelaide Hills, Barossa Light and Lower North, Fleurieu Peninsula, Murray and Mallee, Yorke and Mid North, Limestone Coast and Eyre, Western and Far North.
Our NDIS support coordination services are available across South Australia and include:
How do I choose a NDIS Support Coordinator?
There are over 1,500 Support Coordinator organisations registered with the NDIS – so how can you make sure you’re choosing the right one? The right Support Coordinator organisation:
Cost of NDIS support coordination
If support coordination is included in your NDIS plan, there is no cost to you – your NDIS plan covers it under your Capacity Building budget. However, not everyone is eligible for support coordination.
For your best chance of having it included in your NDIS plan, you should highlight to your Local Area Coordinator (LAC) the reasons your disability, support network, limited experience and/or personal situation makes it difficult to coordinate your own supports.