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- Qualifications: Support Coordinators must have relevant qualifications in fields such as social work, psychology, or disability studies.
- Experience: Demonstrated experience in supporting individuals with disabilities and a deep understanding of the NDIS processes.
Becoming an NDIS provider in Support Coordination requires meeting specific criteria. You should possess qualifications in fields like social work, psychology, or disability studies. Furthermore, you must demonstrate hands-on experience in assisting individuals with disabilities and possess a profound understanding of the NDIS processes. This combination ensures you can effectively guide NDIS participants through their plans, help them access services, and achieve their goals.
Supported Independent Living
- Accreditation: Supported Independent Living providers should be accredited under the National Disability Insurance Scheme Quality and Safeguarding Framework.
- Experience: Demonstrated experience in providing support to individuals with high-needs disabilities.
To offer Supported Independent Living services as an NDIS provider, you need to meet specific criteria. Accreditation under the NDIS Quality and Safeguarding Framework is a primary requirement, ensuring your services adhere to high standards of quality and safety. Moreover, you must have demonstrated experience in offering support to individuals with high-needs disabilities, ensuring you can provide the care and assistance necessary for their independent living.
- A minimum of one year of experience in recovery coaching.
- Alternatively, membership with AASW (Australian Association of Social Workers).
Individuals aiming to become Recovery Coaches under NDIS must either have at least one year of hands-on experience in the field of recovery coaching or possess a membership with AASW. These criteria highlight their dedication and expertise in supporting individuals on their recovery journey, ensuring that NDIS participants receive knowledgeable and effective guidance.