NDIS Support Coordination
Support Coordination and Planning is a key focus area for InclusivED.
We understand that often, participants and their family, find it daunting and overwhelming to navigate through the lists of NDIS providers, understand processes, pricing issues and connect with the many service providers and support networks. It is for this reason, we are with participants from the early stages of pre-planning, moving on to implementation and finally reviewing their plans in perspective at the end of the year.
Using ingenuity, flexibility and creativity, we work with our participants to explore all possible supports always bearing in mind the rights and responsibilities of both provider and participant.
We support participants to get the most from their NDIS plan and to use it effectively and efficiently having individual choice, control and support to choose what services and providers best suit their needs.
Support Coordination and NDIS Plans
There are 3 levels of support coordination:
- Support connection (Level 1) – to build your ability to connect with informal, community and funded supports enabling you to get the most out of your plan and achieve your goals.
- Support coordination – coordination of supports (Level 2) : to build the skills you need to understand, implement and use your plan.
- Specialist support coordination (Level 3) – This is a higher level of support coordination for participants whose situations are more complex and who need specialist support.
InclusivED focuses its work on providing Support Coordination at Level 2 and 3 only.
We support participants to get the most from their NDIS plan so that they have the choice and control over what services and providers best suit their needs. InclusivED support participants with:
Implementation of your NDIS plan
Preparing for end
of Plan Reviews
Applying for a Review of your NDIS Plan
Hospital to home transition care
Transitioning from Nursing Care to Specialist Disability Accommodation
with SIL & SDA
We aim to break through the jargon of NDIS language and terminology, explore the possibilities of innovative funded and mainstream services, create opportunities to develop a community of practice that is collaborative, reliable and flexible so that all our participants build capacity to work towards achieving their goals.
We also pride ourselves, as an NDIS registered provider to provide supports that are aligned to the NDIS Outcomes Framework that focuses on choice and control, daily living activities, relationships, home, health and wellbeing, lifelong learning, work, and social, community and civic participation.
InclusivED has completed their verifications audits with the Australian QC and have been approved by the National Quality and Safeguarding Commission to provide these services in line with the framework.