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My Pathways: Post NDIS planning Support
The NDIS was introduced to fund reasonable and necessary supports to help participants to reach their goals and aspirations. It is designed to support individuals with disability to:
- Pursue their goals, objectives and aspirations
- Increase their independence
- Increase social and economic participation, and
- Develop their capacity to actively take part in the community.
The NDIS may be accessible for individuals aged 7 and older. Funding for children aged under 7 may be accessed via the Early Childhood Early Intervention (ECEI) pathway.
Pathways Consultants assist and guide registered individuals and their families through the process of managing NDIS supports.
The My Pathways Team provides support and guidance services for autistic individuals and their families to apply for and use NDIS funding to access relevant programs, therapies and interventions.
Once an NDIS Plan has been accepted and approved, Autism SA Pathways Consultants can provide advice and guidance on selecting relevant therapies, supports, programs and other services to ensure that both adults and children on the spectrum are receiving the desired supports to meet their specific needs.
NDIS post-planning support
Once an NDIS Plan has been approved, My Pathways can assist in determining the best means of utilising the funding, and helping participants to access desired programs, therapies and services.
We can advise on the services and supports that are available at Autism SA (or other providers) according to the type of funding received, and will attempt to offer multiple options or help to find solutions when it comes to programs with waiting lists.
Ahead of an annual review, we may also check as to whether the supports that have been put in place are continuing to meet you or your child’s needs.
Contact with us for support
To learn more about the NDIS and the supports Autism SA can provide, please contact us on 1300 AUTISM (1300 288 476) or email email@example.com
The phone is monitored 9am to 4pm Monday to Friday and members of the team are available to answer questions regarding the NDIS and appropriate supports and pathways.