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How do I plan manage my NDIS plan?
Whether you’re brand new to the NDIS, or have been in the scheme for a few years, it’s never too late to change to plan management. […]
Support Coordination – everything you need to know
Want to see this information quickly? Download our easy-read ‘What is Support Coordination?’ factsheet here. Once you get your new NDIS plan, the first thing you […]
How do I know if I classify as remote?
It can be pretty tricky working out what prices you should be paying for supports – especially if you don’t live in the city. The NDIS […]
What are In Kind Supports?
These days, you don’t see the words ‘in-kind support’ around too often when it comes to NDIS plans – but what does it mean? In-kind supports […]
What is TTP?
You might have seen in the price guide the acronym TTP floating around the NDIS Price Guide – but what does it actually mean? TTP stands […]
Hiring Your Own Support Workers
One of the goals of the NDIS is to provide participants with choice and control over their providers, including their support workers. As a self-managed or […]
Hearing and the NDIS
Hearing impairments and the NDIS – it’s often hard to find a straight answer about what is and isn’t included in the NDIS. Hearing loss can […]
What is a Functional Capacity Assessment?
You might have seen in your NDIS plan the words ‘functional capacity assessment’. Commonly abbreviated to FCA, it is essentially an assessment of your unmet needs, […]
What does a social worker do?
Social workers work in lots of different environments, with a range of different people. The goal of a social worker is to help you make changes […]
What is ‘Reasonable and Necessary’?
Want to see this info quickly? Download our helpful one-page info sheet here. One thing you’ll hear a lot on your NDIS journey is the term […]
LAC’s, ECEI’s, and Planners – what’s the difference?
You might have heard these terms thrown around a bit when discussing the NDIS. Generally, they all refer to the people that will help to create […]