NDIS Support Coordination
Want a provider that actually gets you?
ADCS Support Coordinators can connect you with the right NDIS services.
What is Support Coordination?
When you have an NDIS plan, you can decide which service providers you work with.
Some people find and coordinate their services themselves, but it can be quite difficult. That’s when Support Coordination might be included in your NDIS plan.
Support Coordinators can help you find mainstream and other disability services that are right for you.
NDIS Support Coordination at ADCS
At Australian Disability & Community Services, our Support Coordinators help you make the most of your NDIS funds.
What can Support Coordinators help me with?
ADCS Support Coordinators can help you find and connect with different mainstream services.
This could be a TAFE course, a physiotherapist, or even getting a mental health plan through your GP.
They can also help you:
- Be a part of your community
- Find and connect with local NDIS supports
- Understand your NDIS plan
- Understand your budget
- Work out the best way to spend your funds
- Use the myGov website and NDIS Participant Portal
- Prepare for your NDIS plan review.
Do staff at ADCS know the best local services for me?
Yes, we definitely do! Our Support Coordinators are locals themselves!
They have great relationships with local services and supports and will make sure they always find the right fit for you.
Are ADCS Support Coordinators independent?
Yes! All Support Coordinators at ADCS are independent.
Their job is to make sure they find the best option for you by looking at all the choices on the table.
NDIS support categories
Support Coordination is funded under Capacity Building – Support Coordination in your NDIS plan.
If you do not have Support Coordination in your plan, you (or your nominee) will need to do these tasks.