While a plan administrator focuses more on the financial aspects of your NDIS plan, a support coordinator will help you manage the supports and providers you hire. Regardless of whether it is managed by a plan, self-managed or managed by the NDIA, you can use a support coordinator if the NDIS deems it necessary. Plan management and support coordination are two terms associated with the NDIS. Plan management and support coordination are the services that help people with disabilities to best implement their NDIS plan.
Both services help people with disabilities differently. Many people assume that both services are the same; however, they are not. Many people with disabilities are not clear about the difference between these services and what these services do or don't do. Support coordination is precisely the opposite of the NDIS plan management service.
In managing the plan, service providers do all the necessary work on behalf of the participants. While plan management doesn't disqualify you from including support coordination in your plan, not everyone is a good fit for support coordination. By enabling the NDIS plan management service, you will be assisted by NDIS plan administrators with tasks related to funding disability services and financial administration. During the planning meeting, officials will ask you if you want to include plan management in your NDIS plan.
It's important to understand the differences between NDIS (National Disability Insurance Plan) plan managers and support coordinators to know what to expect from them and their services, and to make sure you get the most out of the NDIS plan and funding. Coordinating supports aims to help you develop the skills needed to understand and use your NDIS plan. Suppose you are an NDIS participant and want to add plan administration or support coordination services to your disability plan. Plan administration is one of the famous and widely adopted options used by NDIS participants to manage their overall disability plan.
The service is fully funded by the NDIS and can be accessed by requesting the inclusion of a plan administrator in your plan. To include a plan administrator or support coordinator (or both) in your NDIS plan, you can request these services at the planning meeting. There are three different levels of support coordination that can be included in a participant's NDIS plan. Support coordinators help you implement your NDIS plan and connect you with relevant services and service providers to get the best services from the NDIS.
Assist Plan Managers recognizes the country's traditional landlords across Australia and their ongoing connection to land, sea and community. The purpose of Support Connection is to help you understand your plan and to develop the skills necessary to implement and manage your NDIS plan. If the NDIS approves your request, plan administration or support coordination will be included in your NDIS plan. To facilitate the administration of the plan, people with disabilities should be classified in the category of people managed by the plan, although access to a support coordinator is not subject to such limitations.