Plan administration is when a provider supports you to manage your NDIS plan funds. These providers are known as plan administrators. Plan administration is not the same as having the NDIA manage your NDIS plan funds or having you decide to manage your plan yourself. Learn more about ways to manage your funds.
When you use an NDIS plan manager, they are responsible for paying the bills of their service providers. The plan administrator is also responsible for providing you with information to effectively manage your plan, such as monthly spending statements. Having the right plan administrator can greatly improve the effectiveness of your NDIS plan and help build strong relationships with other experienced professionals. Therefore, having a plan director and a support coordinator can make you absolutely unstoppable in the pursuit of your goals.
We'll help you access funding provided by the NDIS and ensure that participants achieve their good NDIS goals. In managing the plan, the NDIS funds you so that someone else can handle your procedures and manage your funding. The National Disability Insurance Agency (the organization that manages the NDIS) provides funds within your NDIS plan to pay a plan administrator, so you don't have to pay out of pocket. This includes managing financial transactions and paperwork and ensuring that you comply with the NDIS rules on what is reasonable and necessary.
At the planning meeting, tell the NDIS staff or your local area coordinator that you would like an NDIS plan administrator to support you. When choosing to manage the plan, you don't have to burden yourself with any paperwork, as the plan administrators will take care of all that.
NDIS plan administrationgives you the freedom and control to use your NDIS budget with the help of a plan administrator who manages your funds, pays your bills and monitors your budget. Plan administrators are paid a monthly fee for the life of their plan, which goes to the “Better Living Choices” section of their capacity-building budget.
The NDIS plan administrator can help you find a partner to take care of the NDIS and you can get the most out of your NDIS plan.