What Does Good Support Coordination Look Like?

Good Support Coordination involves building skills so participants can exercise greater choice and control over the planning and implementation of their support.


This includes;


  • Helping the participant to develop skills and knowledge to become more independent;
  • Assisting the participant to connect with mainstream, community and informal supports as well as NDIS-funded supports;
  • Giving multiple options for support to the participant and encouraging them to make choices;
  • Explaining how the NDIS works in an understandable way;
  • Supporting the participant to understand what services are available to choose from;
  • Helping the participant to understand and exercise their rights;
  • Working collaboratively with the participant, their family, carers and other professionals.


Your Support Coordinator is there to help you make choices about your disability support and plan for your future.

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