A Support Coordinator will support you to understand and implement the funded supports in your plan and link you to community, mainstream and other government services.LEARN MORE
Specialist Support Coordination
A Specialist Support Coordinator will be funded where there are additional high or complexLEARN MORE
needs in your situation and will be a qualified and experienced practitioner such as a
Developmental Educator, Occupational Therapist, Psychologist or Social Worker.
Allied Health Support
Allied health covers several different professions delivering therapeutic support to NDISLEARN MORE
participants. Allied health providers are one of the largest groups of registered NDIS providers.
Allied health professionals use an enablement approach to work with people with disabilities to
improve their health, wellness and capacity to participate in everyday life- at home, school or
Behaviour support is about creating individualised strategies for people with disability that areLEARN MORE
responsive to the person’s needs, in a way that reduces and eliminates the need for the use of
regulated restrictive practices.
The NDIS can assist participants to live independently. Participants and their families canLEARN MORE
discuss their home and living goals as part of their planning conversation. A participant's plan
will include the supports the NDIS will fund as well as the supports the participant will need to
access through the housing system.
Young People In Aged Care
The Australian Government and the NDIA are committed to ensuring no younger peopleLEARN MORE
(under the age of 65) need to live in residential aged care unless they choose to.
If you’re under age 65, have a disability and live permanently in a residential aged care facility
(RACF) then you’re considered a ‘younger person in residential aged care’.