Preparing for an NDIS review can be overwhelming, but with some careful planning and organization, you can be well-prepared for your meeting. Here are some steps you can take to get ready for your NDIS review:

  1. Review your current NDIS plan: Take the time to read through your current NDIS plan and assess if it is meeting your needs. Make a list of what is working and what is not working and consider how you would like your plan to be adjusted.

  2. Consider your goals: Think about what you want to achieve in the coming year and how the NDIS can help you reach those goals. Consider any new services or supports that you might need and make a list of these.

  3. Gather supporting documents: Collect any relevant documents that you may need for your review. This could include medical reports, letters from your support providers, or evidence of your spending on your current plan.

  4. Contact your support providers: Talk to your support providers and get their feedback on your current plan. Ask them if they have any recommendations for changes or additions that could help you achieve your goals.

  5. Prepare questions: Prepare a list of questions that you want to ask the NDIS planner during your review. This will ensure that you get all the information you need to make informed decisions about your plan.

  6. Attend the review meeting: Attend your review meeting and be prepared to discuss your current plan and your goals for the future. Be open and honest with your NDIS planner about your needs and concerns.

By taking these steps, you can be well-prepared for your NDIS review and ensure that your plan is tailored to meet your needs and help you achieve your goals.

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