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Support Coordination

support coodinator, care coordinator, case mangement

Our NDIS support coordination services are tailored to ensure individuals with disabilities receive the personalised assistance they need. We understand the complexities of psychosocial challenges and are dedicated to empowering individuals to navigate the NDIS with confidence.

Our experienced support coordinators work closely with participants, their families, and support networks to develop holistic plans that address not only immediate needs but also long-term goals. We prioritize the mental health and well-being of our clients, providing compassionate support every step of the way.

Through our psychosocial-focused approach, we aim to enhance social inclusion, improve emotional resilience, and foster a sense of community belonging. Our goal is to enable individuals with psychosocial disabilities to lead fulfilling lives and achieve their aspirations.

Contact us today to learn more about how our NDIS support coordination services can benefit you or your loved one.




Support Connection typically involves assistance with navigating health care and disability systems, identifying appropriate services, and connecting with service providers. 


This level of support connects you with informal, community and funded supports to enable you to meet your personal goals and connect with the services and resources you need to live independently.


Support connection encourages you to strengthen your own support coordination skills so that you can build capacity to transition to managing your own supports.


Level 2 Support Coordination is a more comprehensive service that provides you with a higher level of support. This level of support is typically provided when you require additional assistance to access and coordinate the services you need to live independently.


Support Coordinators at this level work with you to develop a support plan, connect you with appropriate services, and provide ongoing support.


A support coordinator will work with you to make sure you have a mix of supports to increase your ability to maintain relationships, manage your service delivery, and help you live as independently as possible.



Specialist Support Coordination

In addition to what a support coordinator does, a specialist support coordinator works with you to address complex barriers.


A specialist support coordinator will generally hold tertiary qualifications and have significant industry experience.  This is a higher level of support coordination 


A specialist Support Coordinator will assist you to manage challenges in your support environment and ensure consistent delivery of services. 

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