9 things your support coordinator wants you to know
The job of a support coordinator is to help us understand the NDIS, connect to support services, and understand what our funding can be used for.
You may have funding for a support coordinator in your NDIS plan. If you do, it would be under the funding category ‘capacity building’. There are three levels of funding when it comes to support coordination:
3 things that aren't covered by the NDIS
It’s well documented what the NDIS covers, but what about the things it doesn’t?
We’ve been helping people navigate the NDIS for years, and if there was any question we get more than others, it’s “Is this funded by the NDIS?”.
In this blog, we’ll go over some of the things people commonly suspect are covered under the NDIS that aren’t.
Building confidence: tips for adults with intellectual disability
Confidence can mean believing in yourself, being brave, feeling ready to try new things and feeling happy and proud about who you are.
Self-confidence is your belief in how good you are at something, but it’s not a measure of your actual skill.
Confused about Supported Independent Living (SIL)?Accessing home services under the NDIS can be a complicated thing. We get tons of questions about how it all works. In this blog we’re going to answer those questions as best we can.
10 easy no bake recipes: designed for people with disability
When it comes to developing cooking skills in adults with intellectual disability, sometimes the hardest part is finding the right recipes. The internet is bursting with easy recipes, but there are surprisingly few that cater to people who are not confident using ovens, stoves or knives on their own.
Am I eligible for the NDIS?
If you apply for NDIS support you will need to provide information about your disability. This will help determine if you are eligible for funding as well as what kinds of support you will need.