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Power Planning: Making the most of your NDIS Plan

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The National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) funds “reasonable and necessary supports” that help a participant to reach their goals, objectives and aspirations, and to undertake activities to enable the participant’s social and economic participation. People with disability who are eligible to participate in the NDIS will be asked to attend a planning meeting with their Local Area Coordinator (LAC). The LAC’s role is to support and guide the participant through the planning process, facilitate the participant’s NDIS package once a plan has been approved.

When preparing for your planning meeting, it is important to consider the following definitions and tips. Going in to your planning meeting forewarned and forearmed will help you to make the most of your NDIS package.

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Source:
Unknown Author, 2018, IDEAS E-News (http://www.ideas.org.au/r/front/power-planning/7?category_id=4&utm_source=e-News+Mailing+List&utm_campaign=435933b4c0-EMAIL_CAMPAIGN_2018_12_06_03_39&utm_medium=email&utm_term=0_372e0bb4f1-435933b4c0-1255990949)

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