Disability and Youth Services
Support Coordination is a NDIS funded service intended to support the person to implement their funded supports and get the most out of their NDIS plan. CareChoice Support Coordinators are well connected and have a wide range of contacts and deep sector knowledge.
Support Coordination helps by:
For more information about support coordination and its benefits, visit the NDIS support coordination information page.
Members of our team are able to assist in these languages:
CareChoice Choice requires staff to declare any existing or potential conflict of interest. Staff must declare all potential, perceived and real conflicts of interest that could impact how they deliver supports, to all relevant clients or prospective clients. This includes conflicts of interest relating to financial, business or personal matters, as well as any financial or business interests that CareChoice has with other organisations.
When providing supports to participants, staff must not influence or direct participants’ or their supporters’ decision-making, or limit their access to information, choice and control. Advice and information provided about support options provided by CareChoice and other service providers must be accurate and transparent. All participants must be treated equally.
When delivering Support Coordination, staff must only recommend and provide supports that are appropriate to the needs of participants. This means providing accurate and transparent information about the:
CareChoice has in place the following strategies to manage any potential conflict of interest involved in delivering Support Coordination along with other NDIS supports. These include: