Support Coordination

Support Coordination

What is Support Coordination?

Support Coordination is a personalised service designed to assist individuals with disabilities, as well as their families, in accessing and coordinating the supports and services they require. Our dedicated Support Coordinators work collaboratively with NDIS participants to understand their goals, preferences, and aspirations. Whether you’re seeking assistance with healthcare services, housing, employment opportunities, education, or any other essential support, we’re here to ensure that you have the necessary tools to achieve your full potential.

What do Support Coordinators Do?


Your unique needs and goals are at the core of our support coordination services.


Explore new and alternative options that may benefit you.


Handle all communication between NDIS, service providers, and you.


Get your plan working for you as quickly and efficiently as possible.


Negotiate between providers to ensure you are getting the best for your funding.


Helping you to maximise and utilise your NDIS funding.


Working with others to ensure the quality and continuity of your services.


Review your plan on a regular basis to ensure it aligns with your needs.


Keeping you informed on NDIS rules & regulations, and any changes as they occur.


We ensure your services are compliant with NDIS, and all reports are completed.

Types of Support Coordination

Support Connection

Often referred to as Level 1 Support Coordination, this support is to build your ability to connect with informal, community, and funded supports.  Building this support network will enable you to get the most out of your plan and pursue your goals.

Support Coordination

Level 2 support coordination is the most common form of support coordination. This support will assist you to build the skills you need to understand, implement, and use your NDIS plan. A SC will work with you to ensure a mix of supports are used to increase your capacity to maintain relationships, manage service delivery tasks, and live more independently within your community.

Specialist Support Coordination

Also known as Level 3 Support Coordination, this higher level of coordination is allocated to participants with highly complex support needs. The complexity can include disability type, support required, environmental factors, and individual situations that impact on the participant.


Based on the Gold Coast
Servicing Australia



0416 312 093