Specialist Support Coordination and Coordination of Supports
The primary role of a funded Support Coordinator is to:
Support the implementation of all supports in the plan, including informal, mainstream and community, as well as funded supports.
Coordinate assessments, reports and service proposals.
Capture any required data for the NDIA.
Identify strategies and solutions for managing risks such as aging carer, sustaining informal supports, sustainability of housing.
Identify and seek relevant assessments and associated services for participants with risk behaviours and behaviours of concern.
Support the Participant through identifying and selecting providers, monitoring plan outcomes and plan expenditure.
Strengthen and enhance the participants abilities to self-direct their own supports and participate in the community
Ensure mainstream services meet their obligations (i.e. housing, education, justice, health).
Provide the NDIA with reports on outcomes and success indicators within the agreed reportingfrequency.
Funded Coordination of Supports is not:
Rostering and administration of individual supports
The Support Coordinator will submit regular progress reports to the NDIA in the format required