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Most frequent questions and answers
To be plan managed, you must have ‘Improved Life Choices’ included in your NDIS plan, which covers all plan management fees so there is no cost to you.
If you have an upcoming planning meeting or review, be sure to request Improved Life Choices is included in your plan.
If you have a current plan that does not have Improved Life Choices included, you can request a review of your NDIS plan to have plan management included.
No cost. Being plan managed means no out of pocket costs to you.
When you request Improved Life Choices be included in your plan, the NDIA will cover all plan management fees. This includes the initial set up cost (per plan) as we support your transition to plan management, as well as our flat rate monthly fees.
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