Support Coordination is a category within a participant’s NDIS plan that is designed around building the capacity of the participant or participant’s family to navigate their way through the NDIS process. Some things that a Support Coordinator can assist with (there's plenty more) are:
Direct communication with Support Coordinators is a sure-fire way to get more referrals and a Support Coordinator thinking that you are awesome. – Emails are the best, but calls during important situations are great too. – I even receive quick texts, but I would recommend only doing this with Support Coordinators you think it is appropriate.
What do these phrases mean to you … and what do they mean to the NDIS?
1. First and foremost, what does a SC actually do?
1. What do you love most about being a support coordinator?
When it comes to the NDIS it can be like getting blood from a stone when finding out what is available for you or those close to you. In this blog I am going to touch on a few topics that sometimes has too much Information out there.
Many diseases and disorders can unfortunately leave people disabled and physically impaired. Some of these impairments can be permanent and Assistive Technology (or AT, as it is commonly known) help people cope with their physical disabilities.
- Reading and Understanding an NDIS Plan
- What to Expect from an Initial?
- Olivia Davis - Inspirational Story
- Navigating the Early Childhood space. A guide for parents and carers
- My NDIS Goals
- Language Matters: Mindful Language in the Disability Space
- Formal Supports, Informal Supports & Mainstream Supports
- A Guide To Self Care
- Don’t forget Important Documents for Planning Meetings & Reviews
- NDIS Common Phrases (EP 2) – By Stephanie Gaynor