- Choose where to meet the planner. You can have either a telephonic meeting, meet at NDIS or LAC partner office
- Bring original copies of all relevant support documentation to your meeting
- Check out whether your planner has all your information that includes your current contact number, email, and correspondence address.
- Ask your friend, family, disability lawyer, local coordinator, or service provider to come along with you.
- In case of any complex needs, ask for the planner who possesses exceptional planning skills
- You will be required to bring along with you 100 points of identification.
- You will also be requiring bank account details. You can also have your separate bank account for NDIS funding only.
- You need to fill a planning booklet
- Dream big and just think about all your long term goals. Find out how you would like yours and also the life of your loved ones to look like.
In the end, find out what all supports you would need to achieve all your goals for realizing your vision/ dream.
It is actually the planning that you do to achieve a good life that forms your NDIS plan. So, the more work you do about how you want your life to look like and what all supports and services you require, better will be the outcome of your NDIS planning.
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