What is the role of a Plan Manager and why would I consider Plan Management in my NDIS plan?

It is important to consider the way you choose to manage your NDIS plan as it can impact on many of the elements of your NDIS budget, such as the type of items you can buy and the services you are able to use.

Some areas you should consider are

  • do you want to have choice and control over the providers you use
  • be able to use NDIS-registered and non-registered providers
  • negotiate pricing with your providers ie paying less than the NDIS price guide allows you to potentially get more out of your budget funds

Comparing the ways you can have your NDIS plan managed…

Plan Managed

  • It is free to you
  • Track expenditure to budget
  • Use registered & non-registered providers
  • Process invoices & liase with providers
  • Provide monthly expenditure reports
  • Assists in finding providers
  • Monitor your Service Agreements

NDIA Managed

  • It is free to you
  • Track expenditure to budget
  • Use registered & non registered providers
  • Process invoices & liase with providers
  • Provide monthly expenditure reports
  • Assists in finding providers
  • Monitor your Service Agreements

Self Managed

  • It is free to you
  • Track expenditure to budget
  • Use registered & non-registered providers
  • Process invoices & liase with providers
  • Provide monthly expenditure reports
  • Assists in finding providers
  • Monitor your Service Agreements

Giving you choice, control & freedom…

PMA Awarded “The Most Outstanding Financial Intermediary in the Disability Sector” in Australasia in 2019

Confidence & Peace of Mind…

Registered providers are individuals or organisations that are registered with the NDIA to deliver a support or a product to a participant in the NDIS

Plan Manage Assist are registered with the NDIA and have experience in engaging with NDIS participants to understand their goals, preferences and objectives.

Registered NDIS Provider