Coordinating supports and services

If early childhood or local area coordinator partners are not available in your area, or you need more help coordinating your supports and services, the NDIA may fund a support coordinator in your NDIS plan. A support coordinator will help you use your plan to pursue your goals, live more independently, increase your skills and be included in your community and in employment.

Specialist support coordination is a higher level of support coordination. It is an option for people whose situations are more complex and who need specialist help to coordinate their supports and services.

This page current as of
8 July 2021