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Four Pieces Of Paperwork Your NDIS Provider Can Help You With

As you start the process of applying for an NDIS package, you may find yourself overwhelmed by the number of forms and documents you have to fill out.

The good news is that most of these documents can be completed with the help of your provider. Here are four pieces of paperwork your NDIS provider can help you with.

1) Individual Service Plan (ISP)

Your Individual Service Plan is a crucial document that outlines the services, supports and equipment you will be eligible to receive from the NDIS. Your ISP is based on your goals and aspirations, as well as your current needs. Your provider will work with you to develop this plan and ensure it meets both of your needs.

2) Requesting Funding Support

Your NDIS provider can help you request funding support for the services and equipment you need. This might include things like a wheelchair or assistive technology, such as a computer or smartphone. Your NDIS plan will outline what kind of funding support is available to you, so be sure to ask your provider if they're able to provide this service.

3) Your Statement Of Goals And Objectives (SGO)

Your NDIS provider will work with you to develop an SGO. This is an important document that outlines what support you need and how it will be delivered. It also includes goals, objectives and measurable outcomes, which can help your provider determine whether they're achieving their aims. Your SGO should include information on how you want to live your life and what kind of support would enable this.

4) Changing Your Contact Details 

It's important to let your NDIS provider know about any changes in your contact details as soon as possible. This will ensure that they can reach you if necessary and help them provide the best possible service. Your provider will be able to help you with changing your contact details, so it's important to let them know if you need this done. It's also a good idea to make sure your NDIS provider has up-to-date information about where you live and any addresses that may be relevant. 

It's important that you get in touch with your NDIS provider if you have any concerns, questions or issues about paperwork. They will be able to help you out and make sure that everything goes smoothly. If you need more information about what the NDIS is and how it works, chat with an NDIS provider today.