Collective Coordination is an NDIS registered independent support coordination and plan management provider.
Our support coordinators are social workers with years of experience in the disability, health and community development sectors, who are skilled in supporting clients with complex care needs and multiple co-existing conditions, including cognitive disability, mental illness, addictions and criminal justice system interface
We are available to support clients in the rural and remote parts of NSW via video consultation.
Collective Coordination helps you to manage your NDIS Plan. We take care of claiming funds directly from your budgets in your plan through NDIS and paying invoices received from your providers for supports you have used.
We also look after your reporting and send you monthly statements that show your spending and funds available in your plan. Let us take the stress out managing your plan, get in touch now.
Download your Service Agreement and Application here.
Support Coordination is all about enhancing your ability to manage and direct your own services.
Clinicians at Collective Coordination help you understand and activate your NDIS plan. We are here to assist our clients in connecting with various NDIS services, finding the right medical or allied health professional, as well as accessing supports in the wider mainstream community.
Collective Coordination help its clients with setting up their service agreements, preparing for a plan review, finding right supports and resolving points of crisis.
We are experienced in coordinating care for people with complex needs including dual diagnosis of cognitive disability and mental illness. Collective Coordination is an NDIS Specialist Support Coordination Provider.
Psychosocial Recovery Coaching
From July 2020 a new support - psychosocial recovery coaching is available to support participants with psychosocial disabilities to live a full and contributing life.
Recovery coaches are in many ways similar to support coordinators. They will work collaboratively with participants, their families, carers and other services to design, plan and implement a recovery plan. They will assist participants with the coordination of NDIS and other supports and to take more control of their lives.