NDIS Support Coordination

Need help to activate your NDIS plan?

Not sure how or where to find your ideal services?

Want psychosocial recovery coaching?

Looking for a loyal, independent champion and supporter?

Three reasons to choose a Mirrors Care Support Coordinator

Support Worker

They know your patch. Your Support Coordinator is a long term local with deep community networks. They’ll help you make great matches with service providers and support groups in your community.

Support Workers

They’ll be across all your options. Besides being knowledgeable about every local service provider, your Support Coordinator knows the NDIS inside out. They’ll help you make the most of your funding.

Support Worker

They’ll join your cheer squad. Our team is famous for being friendly. We’re also renowned for keeping our clients on track. Your Support Coordinator will help you celebrate every success. They’ll also help you work out how to reset and restart when things don’t go to plan.

Support Worker

Six things your Support Coordinator can help you do

Find your best services without busting your budget

Get to grips with technology. Start by mastering the MyGov site and the NDIS Participant Portal

Help you take care of your health by linking you with mainstream service providers. For example, a GP for a mental health plan, a physiotherapist for keeping fit and mobile

Get out and about in your community so you can make more friends, or make a difference as a volunteer or in paid work

Land a job that works for you or do the training that’ll help you get one

Build your confidence and smarts so you can coordinate your own support if that’s what you’d like to do

There are loads of other ways your Support Coordinator can help you set and kick great goals.  If you could use some savvy, sensitive support to get where you want to go.

‘Nadezhda Raph is innovative, patient, empathic, and kind …and boy, does she know how to assist in a person-centered way.’

‘I had 25 years of professional experience as an Evaluator and Trainer across the Disability Sector in WA before I was diagnosed with my own neurological disability.
I knew a LOT about the sector and NDIS…however, becoming a Participant was a very stressful journey, complex beyond belief, traumatising, and de-valuing in many, many ways.

The Support Coordination offered by Mirrors Care took the sting out of it. Nadezhda Raph works in collaboration with me, making me feel calmer…and boy, does she know how to assist in a person-centered way.

She is innovative, patient, empathic, kind. Other NDIS personnel could learn a lot by following the example set by Nadezhda, who goes the extra mile!’

Deb Saville

Client, NDIS Support Coordination

Need help to live your best life?

Support Coordination FAQ

Why do I need a Support Coordinator?

Great question! Your Support Coordinator can help you make the most of your NDIS Plan. For example, our Support Coordinators are locals with strong community networks. They’ll use their local knowledge and experience to connect you to great accommodation providers, work opportunities, and recreation activities. They’ll also be your psychosocial recovery coach and on your cheer squad. When it comes to achieving your goals and (if you’re keen) learning to coordinate your own support, they’ll be there for you. 

Who pays for support coordination?

You can include support coordination in your NDIS Plan at one of these three levels: support connection, coordination of supports, and specialist support coordination.

If you don’t have Support Coordination in your plan, you or the person you nominate will need to do these tasks.

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