NDIS Specialist Support Coordination

Specialist support for complex needs

Specialist Support Coordination is like a dedicated team that helps improve your NDIS plan.

They assist with understanding the NDIS, integrating into the community, and ensuring you receive the necessary support. If you have Specialist Support Coordination, you can also access expertise from professionals like Occupational Therapists, Psychologists, or Social Workers to optimize your support and plan. This aims to simplify and reduce complexities in your situation over time, promoting independence.

If your needs change, the NDIA might recommend regular Support Coordination instead of Specialist Support Coordination as your plan progresses.

How we support you

Our specialist support coordination services are designed to help you overcome challenges in everyday life. When you work with one of our specialist support coordinators, you’ll be working with a highly-trained clinician who can assist with:
Creating a plan that suits your needs & Recovery Planning

Creating a plan that suits your needs

We’ll work with you and advocate with your Local Area Coordinator to create a plan that is adequately funded and fits your unique needs.
Exploring your choices, Understand Your Needs & Choice and Control

Exploring your choices

Our friendly team can help you discover and use the special supports and services that matter to you.
Putting your plan into action & Productivity

Putting your plan into action

We’ll support you in arranging and going to your service appointments and keep track of how you’re moving toward your goals.
Capacity and Confidence & Building skills and confidence

Building skills and confidence

We’re here to boost your ability to learn new things and help you become more independent and self-assured.

Frequently asked questions

Get started in 4 easy steps

If you have a significant and permanent disability, injury or illness that affects your daily life, you may be eligible to access the NDIS.

Step 1

Check your eligibility

Before you begin, use the NDIS checklist to confirm that you:
  • are aged between 7 and 65.
  • reside in Australia with Australian residency.
  • require immediate support to lessen future needs.
Step 2

Make an Access Request

To start your application, call the NDIS at 1800 800 110.

If you need assistance, reach out to your Local Area Coordinator, Early Childhood Early Intervention partner, the local National Disability Insurance Agency, or Breakthru for support.

Step 3

Gather Supporting Evidence

This may involve sharing details about your disability and how it affects your daily life.

Providing recent information and collaborating with your healthcare providers can strengthen your case for NDIS eligibility.

Step 4

Prepare for your planning meeting

Once the Access Request decision is done, you'll receive a written notice of the decision.

Afterward, you'll meet with an NDIS community partner to determine the support level for your NDIS plan.

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