AHP Support Coordination NDIS Support

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Step 1

Looking to change your support coordinator? AHP DHC can help you make that easy. Contact our team or complete our support coordination referral form to let us know that you are wanting to make the switch.

Step 2

We will contact your current support coordinator to arrange the switch whilst ensuring your service delivery of existing supports is not interrupted.

Step 3

We will contact your service providers to notify them that you have switched support coordinators, and we are now your support coordinator contact.

The Growing Necessity of Support Coordinators in Australia

In recent years, the role of support coordinators has become increasingly indispensable in Australia’s healthcare and disability support sectors. As the country endeavors to enhance inclusivity and accessibility for individuals with disabilities, the demand for support services has surged significantly. Support coordinators play a vital role in assisting these vulnerable individuals to navigate the complex web of available services and support options, ensuring they receive the most suitable and tailored care. By liaising with various service providers, advocating for their clients’ needs, and promoting self-determination, support coordinators not only facilitate access to essential resources but also empower individuals to lead more independent and fulfilling lives within their communities. Their holistic approach and expertise have thus emerged as an essential component of Australia’s commitment to fostering an inclusive and compassionate society for all.

Why Choose AHP Support coordinators

Our support coordination services are designed to help NDIS participants achieve their goals and aspirations by providing expert coordination and support. Our dedicated team is committed to working closely with our clients to understand their unique needs and preferences, and to develop a personalised support plan that maximises their NDIS funding and resources. Whether it’s finding and coordinating services, connecting with community resources, or navigating the NDIS system, our team is here to help every step of the way. We believe that everyone has the right to live their best life, and we are passionate about helping our clients achieve their full potential. We believe in promoting choice and control for our participants, and strive to ensure that their individual goals and aspirations are at the centre of all decision-making. 

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Comprehensive NDIS Support Coordination

We understand that navigating the NDIS can be complex and overwhelming. That’s why we offer comprehensive support coordination services that empower our participants to make informed decisions and access the services and supports they need. Our support coordinators work closely with each participant to develop a tailored support plan that reflects their unique needs, goals, and preferences. We take the time to listen to our participants and understand their circumstances, ensuring that we provide personalised and effective support coordination services. Our team of experienced and skilled support coordinators are experts in NDIS, and are knowledgeable about the range of supports and services available. We are passionate about helping our participants access the supports they need to live a fulfilling and meaningful life.

The Life of a support coordinator in australia

The life of a support coordinator in Australia is dynamic and rewarding, characterized by a dedication to assisting individuals with disabilities in accessing the best possible support and services. Their days often involve navigating the intricacies of the NDIS system, developing personalised support plans, and liaising with various service providers to ensure clients’ needs are met. As advocates and negotiators, support coordinators play a pivotal role in empowering individuals with disabilities to lead more independent and fulfilling lives. Balancing empathy, professionalism, and organisational skills, they work tirelessly to connect clients with suitable resources, provide crisis management when needed, and foster strong partnerships with clients, families, and support networks, all while contributing to the nation’s commitment to inclusivity and social support.

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Navigating Complexity

The role of support coordinators has become essential in Australia's healthcare and disability support sectors due to the intricate nature of the NDIS system. They help individuals with disabilities navigate through the complexities of the system and access the appropriate services needed to achieve their goals.

Personalized Support

Support coordinators play a crucial role in developing comprehensive support plans tailored to each individual's specific needs, preferences, and aspirations. By connecting individuals with suitable service providers, they ensure that the support received aligns perfectly with their unique requirements.

Empowering Independence

Support coordinators advocate for the rights of individuals and negotiate with service providers to ensure they receive the necessary support. Moreover, they focus on building the capacity of individuals to manage their own support in the future, fostering a sense of independence and empowerment.

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A good support coordinator must possess strong communication skills, both verbal and written. Effective communication is essential for understanding the needs and preferences of the individual they are supporting, as well as for liaising with service providers, families, and other support networks. Clear and empathetic communication helps build trust and rapport with clients, fostering a positive and supportive relationship.

Empathy is a crucial quality for a support coordinator, as they work closely with individuals who may be facing various challenges and vulnerabilities. Understanding the unique circumstances, emotions, and experiences of their clients allows them to provide more compassionate and person-centered support. A good support coordinator strives to see the world from their clients’ perspectives, helping them feel heard and valued.

Support coordinators often encounter complex situations that require creative problem-solving and resourcefulness. Being able to navigate bureaucratic processes, identify suitable service providers, and find innovative solutions to challenges are essential skills. A proactive and resourceful support coordinator can overcome obstacles and ensure clients receive the best possible support and services.

The role of a support coordinator involves managing multiple tasks and deadlines efficiently. Being well-organised and skilled in time management enables them to effectively handle caseloads, develop comprehensive support plans, and coordinate various services without compromising on quality. A good support coordinator can balance their workload effectively, ensuring clients receive the attention and support they need in a timely manner.

support coordinator Recruitment

As your support coordination provider, we are committed to standing by you every step of the way on your NDIS journey. We understand that navigating the NDIS can be overwhelming, and we are here to help you make sense of it all. Our team of expert support coordinators will work closely with you to develop a personalised plan that reflects your individual needs and goals. We will be there to support you through every challenge and triumph, providing guidance, advocacy, and assistance whenever you need it. Our goal is to empower you to live your best life and achieve your dreams, and we are dedicated to helping you make that a reality.

Better Understanding Your NDIS Plan

Our support coordination services are designed to help you better understand your NDIS plan. We understand that navigating the NDIS system can be overwhelming, and our team is here to help you every step of the way. We will work closely with you to review your plan and ensure that it is tailored to meet your individual needs and goals. Our experienced support coordinators will explain the various funding categories and how they can be used to help you achieve your goals. We believe that with the right guidance, you can unlock the full potential of your NDIS plan and achieve your desired outcomes. 

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What I enjoy the most in my role is  the incredible support from my manager, our CEO, my team and my extended team. We work pretty hard but there is always time for a laugh. We collaborate, problem-solve together, grow as a team and learn from each other. Plus, our team building activities are gold! 

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