What does a Support Coordinator do?

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As Support Coordinators we provide the following:

  • Link people with complex disabilities and people with severe and persistent mental health illness with support and services they require,
  • Support and guide you through the NDIS process successfully,
  • Coordinate your supports and support providers,
  • Liaise with funded, mainstream and community groups on your behalf.
  • Ensure new supports and arrangements continually meet and exceed your goals and needs.

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We work with participants who:

  • Have a documented diagnosis of their disability or mental illness that is severe in degree and persistent in duration,
  • Have a complexity of needs, often requiring a range of support,
  • Are under 65 years of age,
  • Or are from an Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander background who are 50 years of age and are willing to engage with services,
  • Requires linking and needs assistance to access supports and services,
  • Needing assistance in coordinating their support into services or transition to NDIS.

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We provide support for Psychosocial Disability with NDIS

The NDIS is the new way of providing disability support so that people can enjoy an ordinary life and recognises that everyone's needs and goals are different. 

Psychosocial disability is the term used to describe disabilities that may arise from mental health issues. People with a significant experience of psychosocial disability that is likely to be permanent and impact on their lives may qualify for NDIS support.

Our goal is to help individuals and their loved ones live happy and fulfilling lives. .