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We’re here to help you explore housing options, pursue work opportunities, and establish a strong support network.

What our services offer

We can support you to connect to the informal, mainstream and funded supports that will help you achieve your goals.

Your support coordinator can help you transition from school, find school holiday activities, explore your housing options, establish a circle of support, or help you find work or volunteering opportunities.

We offer two different levels of support coordination.

Level 2 – Support Coordination

Support Coordination is assistance to strengthen your ability to connect and coordinate informal, mainstream and funded supports in a complex service delivery environment. This includes resolving points of crisis, developing capacity and resilience in your network and coordination supports from a range of sources.

Your support coordinator can help you to:

  • Get your plan started and link to services
  • Identify support options (funded, mainstream and informal)
  • Investigate options
  • Understanding how your funding can be used
  • Manage how you use the funding in your plan
  • Reach decisions about services
  • Set up service agreements with providers
  • Start your services and make sure things are going well
  • Address barriers to engaging with services or using your plan
  • Resolve service delivery issues
  • Actively manage and adjust your supports due to your changing needs
  • Manage multiple/complex supports from a range of services which intersect with mainstream services
  • Crisis resolution and developing resilience
  • Monitor money spent and report outcomes for you/NDIA
  • Prepare for your review

Level 3 – Specialist Support Coordination

Specialist Support Coordination is support coordination within a specialist framework necessitated by specific high-level risks in your situation. The support is time limited and focuses on addressing barriers and reducing complexity in the support environment, while assisting you to connect with supports and build capacity and resilience.

Your support coordinator can help you to:

  • Address barriers to engaging with services or using your plan
  • Get your plan started and link to services
  • Identify support options (funded, mainstream and informal)
  • Investigate options
  • Understand how your funding can be used
  • Manage how you use the funding in your plan
  • Reach decisions about services
  • Set up service agreements with providers
  • Start your services and make sure things are going well
  • Resolve service delivery issues
  • Actively manage and adjust your supports due to your changing needs
  • Manage multiple/complex supports from a range of services which intersect with mainstream services
  • Resolve crisis and build resilience
  • Monitor money spent and report outcomes for you/NDIA
  • Prepare for your review

Want to know more?

Get in touch with our friendly team today and find out how we can tailor options to best support you. Call or fill in the form below and we’ll get back to you.

 

1800 953 001

 


AnglicareSA is a registered NDIS provider