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At My Support Coordination, we believe in the transformative power of support coordination. By offering thorough support coordination services, our committed staff of support coordinators aims to empower people to succeed. We are here to help you on your path to freedom and fulfilment, using our knowledge and personalised approach.

Connecting Care

A support coordinator works with individuals to formalise a support plan and help them engage different supports.

Building Skills Together

Support coordination is designed to help you build capacity to use and manage your chosen supports under the NDIS.

Your Plan Partner

The support coordinator empowers NDIS participants through plan understanding, service connection, and skill-building.

Guiding Your Support

We assist with NDIS applications, provide resources and skilled coordinators, and enable informed participation in your support plan.

My Support Coordination

As a support coordination, your primary objective is to empower individuals to achieve their goals by providing them with the necessary tools and guidance. You will work closely with NDIS participants, helping them understand and utilise their NDIS plan effectively. Your responsibilities include:

Understanding and Using the NDIS Plan: It is crucial for you to comprehend the participant’s NDIS plan and help them understand its components and how to navigate it.

Connecting with Providers and Services: You will assist participants in connecting with NDIS providers, as well as community, mainstream, and other government services that can support their goals and needs.

Building Confidence and Skills: Your role involves building the participant’s confidence and skills in using and coordinating their supports. You will help them develop the necessary abilities to manage service delivery tasks, maintain relationships, live independently, and actively participate in their community.

Benefits of Support Coordination

  • Personalised assistance customised to your unique needs, interests, and objectives.
  • Access to a wide range of resources and funding possibilities.
  • Skilled assistance coordinators who navigate the complex support system on your behalf.
  • Advocacy and empowerment are needed to ensure your rights are protected and your voice is heard.
  • Knowledge and resources to make informed decisions and actively participate in your support plan.
  • A holistic approach that addresses your overall well-being, including physical health, relationships, and personal growth.
Benefits of Support Coordination

What we do:

  • Assisting you with the NDIS application process, including establishing your objectives and selecting the appropriate services to suit your requirements.
  • Assist the participant in gaining knowledge, experience, and relationships with the community and larger support systems.
  • Assisting the Participant’s network in resolving crisis points and building capacity and resilience.
  • We’ll talk about all support services.
  • Providing assistance during NDIS plan evaluations.
  • Navigating and utilising plans on a yearly basis, with NDIS-approved budgets.
  • Assisting with Housing Pathways – Being there to you during times of need.
  • Once you’ve settled into your plan, your Support Coordinator will work with you to reflect on your previous experiences and make any required modifications (where possible) to guarantee the plan’s continued success.

At the end of the day, our Support Coordinator’s job is to assist you in achieving your objectives, and they will do all possible to assist you!

Factors to Consider When Choosing Support Coordination:

  • Your Goals and Needs: Consider your specific goals, aspirations, and support requirements. Look for a support coordination service that aligns with your vision for a fulfilling life and can provide the assistance necessary to achieve those goals.
  • Experience and Expertise: Analyse the support coordination team’s experience and knowledge. Make sure they are well-versed in the support network, funding possibilities, and resources accessible. Seek out a group that keeps up with best practices and market trends.
  • Personalised Approach: Choose a support coordination service that values your individuality and prioritises a personalised approach. The service should be tailored to meet your unique needs, preferences, and goals, ensuring that you receive the individualised assistance necessary for your well-being.
  • Communication and Collaboration: Effective communication and collaboration are vital to support coordination. Look for a service that values open and transparent communication,involvesg you in decision-making processes, and keeps you informed about progress and any necessary adjustments.
  • Reputation and Reviews: Research the reputation and reviews of the support coordination service. Read testimonials or seek recommendations from others who have used their services. Positive feedback and a strong reputation are indicators of a reliable and trustworthy support coordination provider.
Solutions in Support Coordination

Challenges and Solutions in Support Coordination

  • Limited Resources: The availability of resources and support may be limited in certain areas or for specific needs. In such cases, a support coordination service that has a wide network and knowledge of alternative resources can help identify creative solutions and explore all available options.
  • Changing Needs: Your needs may evolve over time, requiring adjustments to your support plan. Regular communication and review with your support coordinator can ensure that your plan remains aligned with your current circumstances and goals.
  • Coordination of Multiple Providers: If you require support from multiple providers or services, coordinating their efforts can be challenging. A skilled support coordinator can streamline communication, facilitate collaboration between providers, and ensure a cohesive approach to your care.
  • Navigating Complex Systems: The support system can be complex, with various funding options, eligibility criteria, and bureaucratic processes. A knowledgeable support coordinator can guide you through the system, helping you understand your rights, access available funding, and navigate administrative procedures.
  • Emotional and Psychological Support: Adjusting to new supports and changes in your life can be emotionally challenging. A support coordinator who offers emotional support, empathy, and guidance can help you navigate these transitions, ensuring your overall well-being.
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