To maximise your NDIS Funding, you may want to connect with a Local Area Coordinator (LAC) to build your NDIS Support Plan that can help you achieve your or your loved one’s goals. This NDIS Planning Meeting is an extremely important part of your NDIS journey, so it is essential for you to understand how you can best prepare for this.
The NDIS Planning Meeting (1-2 hours long) is a chance for you to communicate your requirements, goals and needs to your Local Area Coordinator (LAC). These requirements will be included in your plan. Be prepared to answer questions regarding:
Concept Care can help you understand your entitlements, plan out exactly what you need and help you clearly define your goals. Call 1800-Concept for a free consultation.
The LAC is your connection to the NDIS and will provide you with information and support within your local community. They will assist you in developing your NDIS Plan, review your plan and make any necessary changes. They work to ensure you have suitable access for your needs and inclusion services within your community.
Regarding your goals and needs you should communicate clearly to your LAC so that they can add this to your plan. Some goals may include:
You should bring the following items to your NDIS planning meeting to make sure you are ready to cover all your bases:
Concept Care can help you organise the relevant documentation and develop a plan request to take with you to your NDIS Planning Meeting.
Get in touch with one of our Consultants for further information at 1800-CONCEPT.
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