NDIS Frequently Asked Questions FAQ

NDIS Frequently Asked Questions FAQ

Here you will find answers to frequently asked questions FAQ – Looking for answers to frequently asked questions? Check out our frequently asked questions page for helpful information on a wide range of topics. From troubleshooting tips to product information, we’ve got you covered. Browse our FAQs today and find the answers you need.

Consumables – Continence Products

Continence products help people with trouble controlling their bladder or bowel. These products include pads, catheters, and bed protection. Having access to these products is essential for managing continence problems. They help people feel more comfortable, clean, and in control. By including continence products in their NDIS plan, individuals can have what they need to improve their lives. CLICK HERE FOR MORE

Consumables – Assistive Technology

If you require Support Coordination or are currently registered with LaunchUP and need help with your assistive technology, it’s essential to understand how it is supported financially. To avoid confusion, we suggest contacting our friendly team at LaunchUP. They assist you by explaining and discussing the available support options.


What is Support Coordination?

NDIS Frequently Asked Questions FAQ

NDIS Support CoordinationLaunchUP Support Coordination is a service that helps people with disability get the support they need. It is funded by the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS).

A Support Coordinator helps NDIS participants to identify their goals, find the right services and connect with service providers. They also help manage NDIS funding and provide ongoing support and advocacy.

In short, NDIS Support Coordination helps people with disability to make the most of their NDIS plan, access the services they need, and achieve their goals.

What can you expect from your Support Coordinator

You can expect your support coordinator to work with you, your family and carers to: explore different ways you can exercise your choice and control. help you communicate about how you prefer your supports to be delivered. find providers who can meet your needs.