NDIS FAQs

Do I need to meet with an NDIS Planner?
Yes, the thought is you meet with a NDIS Planner to recognize your objectives and the sorts of help you need to arrive at your objectives. Then a plan can be made for you.
What do Local Area Coordinators do?
The job of the Local Area Coordinator (LAC) is to help individuals to explore the NDIS. As a major aspect of this, they plan and coordinate for individuals with disability to expand the decision and control over the services they use. This incorporates supporting individuals with disability to explore standard services and increment their ability to be an active part of their area.
Can I bring someone with me to planning meetings?
Yes, of course, you are free to bring someone with you for your plan meetings.
Will I have one or more plan meetings?
There may be one or several meetings, it just depends on your individual needs and how long it takes to work out all the details.
Can I access support to implement my plan?
Yes, but you should let your NDIS Planner know if you need support to implement your plan so they can add funding for this service into your NDIS Plan. There are three levels of support you can access under the Support Coordination category.
Will I have one or more plan meetings?
There might be one or a few meetings, it just relies upon your individual needs and to what extent it takes to work out with every detail.
Can I access support to implement my plan?
Yes, but you should let your NDIS Planner know if you need support to implement your plan so they can add funding for this service into your NDIS Plan. There are three levels of support you can access under the Support Coordination category. There are helpful details on our Support Coordination page.
Who will manage my plan?
You can deal with your NDIS Plan yourself, with help from an individual you nominate. Or on the other hand you can utilize the NDIS office. It is ideal to talk about how you need to deal with the arrangement at your meeting so the Planner can tell you about your choices.
Are there different package amounts?
Yes. The aim of the NDIS is to provide you with the supports and services required for you to be as independent as possible. The amount of the package is determined by your individual needs, goals, aspirations and what is included in your plan.
Will I get less support than I get now?
Ideally, that won't occur. There are few rules and regulations inside the NDIS that ensure individuals who are at present getting support, and who are entitled for a package. You ought to bring as much as supporting data about your support needs to your meetings.
What happens if my needs change?
If your needs or circumstances change your future NDIS plan should accommodate any changes. You can also ask to have your NDIS Plan reviewed at any time. (That’s good to remember.)
How often are the NDIS plans created?
Your Planner will clarify the time allotment for your plan’s review however it is commonly expected that plans will be investigated every year. Although, a few people may have their plans surveyed more regularly as per their needs.
Do I choose my service provider/s?
Yes,Ofcourse. The NDIS gives you decision and control so you can pick your help supplier/s and how your services are conveyed. If you as of now get services from My Holistic care you can request them to proceed as they may be or tell us about any progressions or extra help we can give. If that this is the first occasion when you will access services, or you are hoping to change specialist organizations, our Client Engagement Managers can work with you to build up a responsive service plan adjusted to your needs and objectives. As an approved NDIS service provider we are available to support you 24-hours a day, every day of the year.
Who can I speak to if I’m confused about the NDIS?
We’re here to help you in any way possible. You can contact us on 03 8672 7889 or send us an email at office@mhcare.com.au