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NDIS Language Vs English Language
NDIS language Vs English language is necessary for everyone to understand. Otherwise, there can be a lot of confusion. A Participant is a person who has an NDIS plan and receives funding. A Prospective Participant is waiting for confirmation to be covered under the NDIS. A Provider is the business that delivers a service or product
It might not seem like it, but the choice between an agency-managed, plan-managed or self-managed NDIS plan is a life-changing decision. This is because each option will either limit or increase the range of support providers that can be hired. We all know how much of a difference a good
When it comes to changing service providers, most people don’t know where to start. You are entitled to expect good support under the NDIS. If you are unhappy with the support you are receiving, you can either talk to your service provider and get them to change what they are
Your NDIS funds have been allocated to help you achieve your goals. Besides having the necessary funds, you also need the right supports. Knowing how to find the right service provider can be challenging, but asking the right people and questions can help. Once you’ve identified the types of services
A Service Agreement is a different document to your NDIS Plan. The NDIS Plan explains what you want to do, what your goals are, and the support you need to achieve your goals. A Service Agreement outlines the working relationship you have with your service provider. It says you and