If you are an NDIS participant, you may be wondering what to expect during your NDIS planning meeting. This is an important meeting where you will work with your NDIS planner to develop your NDIS plan, which
outlines the support and services you will receive through the NDIS.
1. An introduction to the NDIS: Your planner will provide an overview of the NDIS and explain how it works. They will also explain your rights and responsibilities as an NDIS participant.
2. A discussion about your goals and aspirations: Your planner will ask you about your goals and aspirations, and how the NDIS can support you to achieve them. It is important to be as specific as possible when discussing your goals, as this will help your planner to tailor your NDIS plan to your needs.
3. A discussion about your current support needs: Your planner will ask you about your current support needs, including any assistive technology, personal care, or therapy services that you may require.
They will also ask about your current living arrangements, any health conditions you may have, and your ability to participate in your community.
4. A review of your current funding: Your planner will review any current funding that you may have, such as from a disability support pension or private health insurance, and how this will be integrated into your NDIS plan.
5. Development of your NDIS plan: Based on the information you provide, your planner will work with you to develop your NDIS plan. This will outline the support and services that will be provided to you, and how much funding you will receive.
6. Review and implementation of your NDIS plan: Your NDIS plan will be reviewed regularly to ensure that it is meeting your needs and helping you to achieve your goals. Your planner will work with you to make any necessary adjustments to your plan.
Overall, your NDIS planning meeting is an opportunity for you to work with your planner to develop a plan that meets your needs and helps you to achieve your goals. It is important to be as open and honest as possible during this meeting, as this will help your planner to understand your needs and develop a plan that is tailored to your specific requirements.