Plan Management

Plan Management Explained

Plan management allows you to:

  • Have choice and control over the providers you use
  • Use NDIS-registered providers
  • Use non-registered providers (although your Plan Manager must be a registered provider)
  • Negotiate pricing to pay less than the NDIS price guide
  • Make value-for-money decisions in line with your plan
  • View your plan on the myplace portal to keep track of your budget.
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Role of the Plan Manager

If you choose to be plan-managed, a Plan Manager is funded in your plan and must be an NDIS-registered provider. They claim directly from the budgets in your plan to pay your providers on your behalf.

If you choose to use a Plan Manager, they will:

  • pay your providers for the support you purchase
  • help you keep track of your funds
  • take care of financial reporting for you
  • depending on your circumstances, they can also help you choose your provider

More Facts about our Plan Management

Plan management allows you to:

Call us for a kind and confidential chat about your NDIS needs. We have over 20 years of lived experience and understand the NDIS process from both within and outside.

Plan Management is funded through your NDIS plan, so at no cost to you. Nor does it affect any other area of your plan. If you are Plan Managed we are good to go. If you are self-managed or NDIS (Agency) managed, you can request to change over to Plan Managed.

Our role is personalised by email and telephone. Our work is done online. We pride ourselves on the personalised service we give this way, leaving our customers’ with confidence the financial side of their plan is in good hands. To this effect, we can service customers’ far and wide, and do so. No matter where you are in this great land of ours, you will receive personalised service and a quick response time. Time and again.



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