Everyone living with a disability needs a high quality of life.
Let’s make it happen together. 

1800 880 440



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So start your journey with a NDIS plan now with these 4 simple steps.

Call us

Simply give us a call on the 1800 number – If you have any questions about the NDIS, how to implement your plan please give us a call.

referral form

Use our referral page – If you are interested in using Orange health for Support Coordination you can simply click on the link to make a referral


Start up meeting – Once you have completed the referral form our team will be in contact to arrange an initial meeting to talk about your plan.

Your plan

Start to implement your plan – Our Orange Health team member will go away from your meeting and start making calls and referrals as directed by you.


Maintain and monitor – Throughout your plan your Support Coordinator will check in with you to see how things are going and make sure that you are prepared for any meeting you have coming up with the NDIS.

Simply give us a call on 1800 880 440 – If you have any questions about the NDIS or how to implement your plan.

Call us

Use our register page – Want to use Orange health for your support coordination? It’s easy? Simply click on the Register button to get started.


Startup meeting – Once you’ve completed your intake form our team will contact you to set up a meeting to talk about your plan.


Implement your plan – Our team will start putting your plan into action by making calls and referrals as directed by you.

Your plan

Maintain and monitor – Throughout your plan, a support coordinator will check in to see how things are going and make sure you are ready for any upcoming meetings.


To use our services you must provide evidence of sufficient NDIS or other funding to cover the cost of the service(s) establish a formal service agreement with Orange Health provide all information required to manage the service arrangements effectively and efficiently


Client Feedback


There are three levels of support coordination that can be included in your plan:


  • Support connection – This support is to build your ability to connect with informal, community and funded supports enabling you to get the most out of your plan and achieve your goals.
  • Support coordination – coordination of supports: This support will assist you to build the skills you need to understand, implement and use your plan. A support coordinator will work with you to ensure a mix of supports are used to increase your capacity to maintain relationships, manage service delivery tasks, live more independently and be included in your community.

  • Specialist support coordination – This is a higher level of support coordination. It is for people whose situations are more complex and who need specialist support. A specialist Support Coordinator will assist you to manage challenges in your support environment and ensuring consistent delivery of service.

Depending on your individual goals, plan objectives and aspirations you may receive funding for these supports in your plan.

A Support Coordinator will support you to understand and implement the funded supports in your plan and link you to the community, mainstream and other government services. A Support Coordinator will focus on supporting you to build skills and direct your life as well as connect you to providers.

Your Support Coordinator will assist you to negotiate with providers about what they will offer you and how much it will cost. Support coordinators will ensure service agreements and service bookings are completed. They will help build your ability to exercise choice and control, coordinate supports and access your local community.

They can also assist you in planning ahead to prepare for your plan review.

Support coordinators will assist you to ‘optimise’ your plan ensuring that you are getting the most out of your funded supports.

Yes. The decision for a plan to be self-managed, plan-managed or NDIA-managed has no effect on funding support coordination. Funding support coordination is decided by what is considered reasonable and necessary.

When creating your plan you can discuss with your planner, LAC, or ECEI Coordinator what your plan management options are and the differences between them.

Just like starting with any new provider, you can ask them questions that will help you make a decision on whether you will use them as a provider or not. Below are a few examples of questions you may want to ask the provider:

  • How will they will help you to achieve your goals?
  • What is their experience delivering supports?
  • What are their prices? What is included? How will they charge you?
  • Do they wish to discuss a notice period for ending an agreement?

Remember, you have choice and control in the supports you receive. This means you have the choice over who provides your supports and how they are provided.

A support coordinator can help participants and their representatives before, during and after an NDIS Plan Review meeting.



  • By producing a Plan Review Report to outline the services that have been arranged to meet the NDIS participant’s goals. This report includes all assessment reports ( to demonstrate the progress towards achieving goals while using a service, during the Plan period) and includes recommendations for future services.
  • By researching specialized services and equipment, as required.



  • By supporting participants and their family or representatives on the day of the Plan Review meeting and helping them to navigate the process.



  • By acting as a point of contact for National Disability Insurance Agency (NDIA) personnel – to provide them with the clarification and additional information required to achieve a high-quality NDIS Plan for the participant.

No. If a support budget runs out of funds prior to the scheduled review, an unscheduled review should be completed at the request of the participant. 


A provider should consider ceasing service with the participant and encourage them to discuss their funding with their Support Coordinator and/or the Local Area Coordinator. 


If there are no funds available there are no clear mechanisms for providers to be paid for service provision.

A participant may have a gap between their new plan’s start date and the previous plan’s end date. The expired plan’s end date will be extended to the day before the new plan starts. Once this occurs, providers will be able to claim for supports delivered during the gap period. 

Providers should continue to deliver any supports which are received regularly, as core and capacity building budgets should be increased in line with the extra days in the expired plan. 

Capital budgets will not be extended as they are generally a one-off support. The provider would keep records of the support provided in this period, keeping note of how these supports are consistent with those previously provided. Participants can check if their previous plan has been extended through the myplace participant portal and are encouraged to communicate this to their support providers. 

Further information found in the ‘Paying providers when there is a gap in-between plans’ fact sheet.

Contact uS
1800 880 440
17 Truck City Drive, Campbellfield VIC