Underutilisation Unveiled | Navigating Overutilisation – Is your NDIS plan working for you? Ensuring you get the most out of your NDIS plan is important to help you achieve your goals. Our blog explores how you can maximise your funds by planning your supports efficiently to utilise your budget and steer clear of under or overutilisation pitfalls.
Information about the NDIS can be overwhelming, and it can be hard to figure out just who does what and what role they play. In order to make things easier, let’s answer some common questions. So, who does what?
Local Area Coordinators (LAC), Support Coordinator, Support worker and Plan Manager
When booking appointments with your NDIS providers, like any other provider, there can be cancellation charges applicable to your plan
Our plan manager Mary explores some of the common questions asked at Aspect Plan Management.
Can I buy subscriptions and memberships with my NDIS funds?
Can I buy phone, tablet, laptops [iphone/ipads] with my NDIS funds?
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