Follow the steps below and click on the buttons to download the information that will help you with each step.
1. Get an NDIS plan or change your plan
An allied health worker (e.g. a social worker or OT) can help you get an NDIS plan. If you have an NDIS plan, it may need changes. Your support coordinator can help you. You can ask for a face-to-face meeting with an NDIA planner. They will write down your needs and your goals.
2. Work out your housing and support needs
You need to work out where to live. You need to work out who you want to live with. Your support coordinator or an allied health worker (e.g. a social worker or OT) can help you. Then they can help you plan your move. Your support coordinator will help you choose people to work with you on your goals. It’s important to trial equipment to make sure it is right for your needs.
3. Work out if the NDIS will pay for your housing
Your support coordinator will help you look for different types of housing. They will help you work out if NDIS will pay for your housing. They will tell the NDIA about your housing needs.
4. Finding a place to live while you look for a different home
Your support coordinator, or an allied health worker (e.g. social worker or OT) will help you find a short-term place to live. You can visit these places and decide if they are ok.