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Self managing your funding

New Self-Management Guide

30 October 2018

The NDIA has released a Self-Management Guide to assist participants looking to manage their own NDIS plan.

 

Fact sheet - How do I manage funding? Plain English

14 July 2015

A monitor with a booklet, and 'ndis'.How do I manage funding? is a six-page fact sheet that is in Plain English. That means it uses language that isn't hard to understand. 

It tells you about looking after the money you get from the NDIS.

 

Fact sheet - How do I manage funding? Easy English

12 July 2015

A monitor with a booklet, and 'ndis'.How do I manage funding? is a five-page fact sheet that is in Easy English. That means it is easy to read. It has pictures and big, clear writing.

It tells you about how to look after money from the NDIS.

 

Website - Self managing your funding

26 April 2015

Monitor with diagram of one person over three other people. In Control Australia has a newsletter, resources and online peer support groups for people who want to manage their own funding. Website last updated 2012. 

 

Website - Self-managing my plan - NDIS

25 April 2015

A booklet and a diagram of one person over three other people. This part of the NDIS website provides some resources for people who want to manage their own plan, including how to set up a bank account, choosing a provider and employing a support worker.

 

Booklet - A guide to engaging your own support workers

24 April 2015

A monitor displaying a booklet and a diagram of one person above 3 other peopleThis booklet covers topics such as how to hire, train and keep support workers safe if you are employing them yourself. It includes a sample roster, budget layout and a sample duty statement for staff.

 

Booklet - A guide to choosing an OT, Physiotherapist or Speech Therapist for a child

23 April 2015

Monitor displaying a booklet and three healthcare professionalsChoosing a private Occupational Therapist, Physiotherapist or Speech Pathologist for a child with a developmental disability is a booklet published by the NSW Government. It explains the best ways to find a therapy provider and the questions you should ask.

 

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