HOW TO CHOOSE A SUPPORT COORDINATOR?
You can get Support Coordination from many organisations, but there are big differences between them. Here’s some important points to look for when you’re making your decision:
- Independence – an organisation which doesn’t deliver direct disability supports themselves
- Network – someone who can give you a wide choice of service providers
- Local Knowledge – to help you make the right choices from the service providers in your area
- Strong Support – someone who is committed to working closely with you, understanding your needs, and responding to you quickly and professionally.
Support Coordination can be funded by the NDIS, so there’s no cost to you. Not everyone is eligible, though. For more information on the eligibility criteria for Support Coordination, read this handy blog.
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