The NDIS might be changing the disability landscape, but the age-old question persists. Does the NDIS pay for my holiday? Fret no longer, All Access Holidays is here to provide the answer!
For some Victorians the introduction of the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) involves a shift in how financial intermediary supports are delivered. This explains it all!
Belle from My Plan Manager explains why you shouldn’t panic if you haven’t used your NDIS funds! Here’s what you need to consider for your next plan review.
Every now and then, we hear about Support Coordinators, LACs, and other professionals in the disability sector being concerned about writing reviews. It’s totally fair. But we think it’s possible to remain impartial and still be transparent to participants about your experiences and knowledge. This is how.
Sport has many benefits and the NDIS is here to ensure you enjoy them. But how does funding for sport actually work? For sports lovers, this is the guide for you! Plan Partners reveal all.
We’ve explored who’s eligible for support coordination and what it is, but how does it work in practice? MOIRA joins us to reveal what it might look like to work with a support coordinator over the first 12 months of your plan.
ECIA VIC/TAS explores how you might choose the right Early Childhood Intervention Provider for your family, including the questions you should ask.
Support Coordinators are the glue between the NDIA and you, helping unpack a sometimes complex system. Take a look at how they can help and what an initial meeting might involve.
The NDIA has partnered with a number of different organisations across Australia to deliver the NDIS. These partners are known as Local Area Coordinators (LAC). Feros Care is a LAC, working in Townsville, Mackay, the Barossa, Northern Adelaide and the ACT. The Feros Care LAC team have been in the ACT for almost 12 months…
As CEO of Plan Management Partners, Sean Dempsey’s mission is to help NDIS participants achieve their goals by bringing their NDIS plans to life. As there are quite a number of misconceptions about the term ‘unregistered providers’, he explains the difference between unregistered and registered. This post was first published by here. One of the advantages…