How You Can Manage Your Condition With The NDIS

The National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) provides disability services to people living with any significant or permanent impairment that leads to a disability. It is a support program started by the Australian government. It was legislated in the year 2013 and went into operation in 2020. Over the years, NDIS has made life easier for many participants and continues to grow. More people are becoming a part of this Scheme because it aims to enhance independent living among the participants.

How Does It Work?

NDIS provides a wide range of support for its participants depending on their needs and condition. Once a participant gets registered with NDIS, the National Disability Insurance Agency (NDIA) conducts a meeting with the participants and their families. In this meeting, they discuss the participant’s goals and the support they need to achieve them. Participants can also request the support they think is necessary for their condition, and if NDIA also considers it reasonable and necessary, they allow the funding. With this meeting, an NDIS plan is created that contains all the details about the participant’s support, funds, and goals. After getting their initial NDIS plan, the participants need to hire a service provider to help them manage their plan. As a new participant with NDIS, you might have difficulty understanding everything about your NDIS plan. Service providers are professionals who are well-versed in the support and funds under NDIS. They make sure that you make the most of your NDIS and are also responsible for connecting you with your necessary support.

Choose How You Want To Manage Your Plan

You can only manage your condition and make this disability support work if you use the funding to its full potential. NDIS provides you with funding for support under three different categories, and managing your health with the finances can be the toughest thing as a new participant. Here are some ways NDIS allows you to manage your funds, so you meet your goals more efficiently.


You can choose to manage your NDIS funding yourself. You can pay your support providers by yourself and spend your funding without any professional help. It might be difficult as a new participant to control the funding by yourself, but if you feel confident enough to manage the funds yourself, NDIS gives you the full opportunity to make it work.


Another option for managing your fund is to have a plan manager. Plan managers are responsible for controlling the spending in your NDIS plan. They are professionals who can help you manage your funds so you don’t end up overspending.


The last way to manage your funds under NDIS is to have the NDIA manage your funds for you. In this method, NDIA controls your funding and pays your support providers on your behalf. If you choose to use this way of fund management, you will have to hire only registered service providers to manage your NDIS plan because NDIA will not pay non-registered providers.

Access Support Coordination

Another way to make your condition and receiving support better is to get support coordination in your NDIS plan. A support coordinator helps you make the best of your NDIS plan. They understand the support services funded in your plan and help you meet your goals. They are also responsible for helping you find the right service provider for you. If you don’t have someone who can take up providing support for your NDIS plan. You can request NDIA to fund this service in your NDIS plan, and you can manage your condition better with a professional support coordinator.


NDIS provides disability services in Australia to promote independent living among the participants. This program aims to reduce the amount of support each participant needs, and we are determined to make it possible for our clients as well.

If you are looking for high-quality disability services, reach out to Personalised Support Services. We are registered service providers and have an experienced team of support workers to help you meet your goals and become as independent as possible.


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