NDIS Plan Management FAQ's

1) What is NDIS?

National disability insurance scheme is an agency which aims to provide financial aid to the disables living in Australia. Within the next five years, the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) will provide more than $22 billion in funding a year to an estimated 500,000 Australians who have permanent and significant disability. For many people, it will be the first time they receive the disability support they need.

2) Who is eligible for NDIS?

If you are residing in Australia and aged between 7 and 65, having permanent and significant disability, then you are eligible for NDIS.

3) How to apply for NDIS Plan?

If you meet the eligibility criteria set by the NDIS then you can ask to become a participant by completing an Access Request Form. If you meet the criteria and you would like to become a participant, you can either call on 1800 800 110 and ask to make an Access Request and send it to email to NAT@ndis.gov.au or you can contact your local area coordinator to make an access request.

4) What is procedure to get NDIS benefit in Australia?

To avail the NDIS benefit, you need to partner with the best registered plan management provider, in order to get the best out of your plan. At my care plan manager you’ll get the best plan management providers working all 24/7 to help you out get best out of your NDIS plan. They will help you out managing you daily schedule and paying invoices to service providers, claiming NDIS funds, and many more, you don’t have to go anywhere the plan manager will do everything for you. My Care Plan Manager is one of the best registered plan management service providers in Australia.

5) What are the benefits of NDIS?

The NDIS provides support to eligible people with intellectual, physical, sensory, cognitive and psychosocial disability. Early intervention supports can also be provided for eligible people with disability or children with developmental delay.

6) Can we avail Online NDIS Plan Manager?

My care plan managers are available online, all through day and night. Here you can get everything online; you can easily have access to plan managers just by installing the app.

7) How to get paid through NDIS?

It’s quick and easy to make a claim when working with registered NDIS disability care manager. That's why over half of applicants use this method:
Making a claim through a registered care provider is a two-step process:
The NDIA pays your registered care provider. 
The registered care provider provides the services they are being paid for.

8) NDIS payment request rejected?

When your NDIS payment request gets cancel then you must refer to NDIA’s my place participant portal: Step by step guide available on the NDIS website or you can phone 1800 800 110 available between Error One of the payment request items was rejected. Check the status for each of the items in the Confirmation page, and review the Rejection Reason for those that are rejected.

9) What are NDIS invoice guidelines?

According to NDIS every invoice must include the following; The word Invoice, Seller’s name and address, contact details and company registration number, Buyers name and address Date: invoice issue date, payment due date, delivery date, A unique invoice reference number Description of services or products including quantity, cost per unit and total item cost Total amount charged with Tax Information, and Available payment methods, including bank account number and a reference code identifying the customer

10) Meaning of NDIS provider?

NDIS providers are individuals or organizations who provide support to the participants of NDIS plan.

11) How to choose plan manager in Australia?

It’s very simple, No matter what kind of plan manager you want, there are three qualities you must rely upon these are: initially, you need to be able to trust your plan manager to take care of your NDIS budgets, offer you independent advice and be completely open with you about how budgets are tracking or you can just visit the ndis-management.com here you get each and every kind of solution regarding your choice of plan and much more.

12) How to Self Manage NDIS Plan?

Self-management is when you yourself manage the NDIS funding. It provides you more flexibility and choice to decide what supports you want to buy to fulfill your goals. If you self-manage your NDIS funding, you will have: CHOICE, FLEXIBILITY, CAPACITY, ABILITY, and CONTROL. You have a choice regarding the supports you purchase in line with what is included in your plan, who provides these supports and how they are delivered. It provides flexibility to choose any provider that will help you to achieve the best out of your goals. It gives you capacity to employ or contract staff directly or to employ someone on your behalf; it provides you with the ability to negotiate the costs of your supports so you get the best value for money and to use savings to buy more or better quality supports. It gives you control over your NDIS funding so you can mange own plan for the said duration of time.

13) Benefits of having NDIS registered plan manager?

Benefits of having an NDIS registered plan manager is as follows:

14) What is NDIS registered specialist support coordination service provider?

NDIS registered Specialist support coordinators will support you to manage challenges in your support environment which may include health, education, or justice services. Specialist support coordination aims to reduce barriers to implementing or using your NDIS plan.