Frequently Asked Questions

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You might still wonder if using a plan manager is a good option. Of course, it is! Several benefits come with having an expert manage your NDIS plan. A plan manager can help you manage and keep track of your funding and budget. With a plan manager, you can get frequent updates on your funding. This can help you know what needs to change or be reviewed. Also, a plan manager strives to negotiate more favourable prices with service suppliers and assist you in comprehending and running the NDIS straightforwardly.
Under a separate section of funding in your plan, the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) pays for plan management. In your budget, this will not have any effect on the monies that are utilised for other services.
Since selecting the appropriate plan manager is a significant decision, it is essential to have a solid understanding of their duties. Make sure to look for someone who is registered with the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) when selecting a plan manager. Considering that a plan manager will be working directly with you to handle your NDIS money, selecting someone who can communicate effectively and is attentive to your requirements or preferences is essential.
A plan manager’s primary goal is to manage your funds well. He helps you utilise your funds by paying providers on your behalf, expanding the range of service providers you can choose from, and getting budget reports for the NDIS plan and more budget oversight.
There are several methods available to connect with Care Plan Management managers. You can contact us directly through the contact information on our company’s website or our customer support team. Additionally, you can reach out to us anytime you want.
Your plan covers a range of services to help you manage your daily needs effectively. The coverage will depend on your chosen plan and the healthcare services included. However, some standard services covered under your plan include feeding, day-to-day needs, accommodation, transportation and other support NDIS offers you.
The answer is no. Having a plan manager does not incur additional fees for you, and you will not be responsible for any out-of-pocket charges. Regarding your NDIS funding, you will not have any money taken away from you. How is it? Because the NDIA assists with plan management by including additional funds in your plan to offset the expenses associated with having a plan manager.
Transitioning to a new Care Plan Management plan can vary depending on the terms and conditions of your plan. However, many companies provide guidance and support to make the process as smooth as possible. It is recommended that you contact us at the Care Plan Management manager responsible for assisting you with this transition. We can provide detailed instructions and guide you through the process, ensuring a smooth transition to your new plan.
You are required to make a request for your plan to be managed. On the off chance that you did not receive plan management as a component of your initial plan, you have the option of requesting an early plan review. In addition, you must make it clear that you would like to incorporate plan management into that review. It is to your advantage that when you request plan management, you are not required to explain to the NDIS why you wish to have plan management, and there are no eligibility requirements. Therefore, you must submit a request for plan management, and if it is granted, it will be incorporated into your NDIS plan immediately. Assist at Hand Support (HAHS) is prepared to be of assistance.
Plan management is a separate addition to your plan that falls under the Improved Life Choices budget, which means it will not impact your budget. If you decide to plan to manage your plan, the budget for Improved Life Choices will be incorporated into your arrangement.
Your allocated funds are available for various purposes related to managing your daily needs. If plans control your budgets, all you need to do is locate service providers that you are interested in employing and request that they send an invoice to My Plan Manager for the services that you have received. The exact usage may vary depending on your chosen plan and the services covered.

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