Asking for changes to your plan
You don’t have to wait until your scheduled plan review to make changes to your NDIS plan.
If you receive your plan and you think it doesn’t reflect what you’d discussed in your planning meeting, you can apply for a planning decision to be reviewed.
If your plan has been working but something major in your life changes and it means you need new or different supports, you can submit a change in circumstances form.
Your scheduled plan review
You’ll meet with the NDIA or your LAC again in a year or two to review your plan.
This is the time to think about how your funding is working for you, and whether the NDIS has been supporting you to achieve your goals. Are you getting the types of support you need? Do you like how your plan is being managed? Have you got new goals?
The NDIA has moved to a ‘participant check-in’ model for plan reviews. This means someone will contact you in the months before your scheduled plan review to ask how your plan has been going, and if you think it needs to change.
We often support NDIS participants through their plan review. Contact us to make sure your next plan sets you up for success.