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KompleteCare now offering Support Coordination Services

 

What is Support Coordination? 

As a Support Coordinator, our role is to use our extensive knowledge and experience of the industry to assist participants in developing their own knowledge and experience as well as assisting them to make connections within their community. We will also help you with referrals to services, supports and allied health professionals as well as assist you to access other systems of support.

Can every NDIS Participant have a Support Coordinator?

Your NDIS plan may fund Support Coordination. If you need help understanding your plan, please contact us and one of our friendly Service Representatives will help you to understand what your plan can provide/be used for.

 How can we help you?

A Support Coordinator will support you to understand and implement the funded supports in your plan and link you to the community, mainstream and other government services. We will help build your ability to exercise choice and control, and coordinate supports and access your local community. Your Support Coordinator will also be your main contact person at KompleteCare. They will manage your choice of services. This saves you the time and stress that comes with arranging services yourself, and gives you peace of mind that you will have a dedicated contact person at KompleteCare.

What does a Support Coordinator not do?

Our Support Coordinators cannot be paid to do advocacy, but they can attend meetings with you to help you to speak up for yourself (including your annual NDIS plan review meeting) and can help you to prepare for and submit a plan review.

How does a Support Coordinator get paid?

Like many NDIS Supports, Support Coordination is billed by the hour. This service is funded from your NDIS plan.

 

 

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