When you decide to go ahead and get your disability support plan in place, choosing a suitable NDIS plan manager may seem like a daunting task. However, the central role of such management companies is to make sure that participants follow the instructions laid down by their NDIS provider and get to the point where they are receiving all the benefits and entitlements that they need.
The primary responsibility of the NDIS Plan manager is to ensure that participants get the most out of their NDIS scheme. This means that highly qualified plan managers will handle the paperwork involved in paying for individual services or purchases. If the NDIS scheme is funded under the Private Disability Insurance Plan, then the management company will be responsible for ensuring that the service provider is up to scratch and making a profit from the service provider’s services.
However, even if the NDIS is funded under the Public Disability Insurance Plan, the plan manager will be responsible for ensuring that the service provider complies with the necessary rules and regulations regarding the operation of the scheme and that benefits received can be claimed in full. It is possible that the administrator of a private scheme, may not be aware of all the rules and regulations surrounding the system and as a result, the administrator will be expected to liaise with the administrators of other schemes to ensure compliance.
The main job of the NDIS Plan manager is, therefore, to ensure that all the rules and regulations governing the scheme are followed and that all claims are processed correctly. This includes ensuring that all the documentation relating to eligibility and the benefits received from the system is completed correctly. An administrator of a private NDIS scheme should also make sure that any payments are made on time and that all claims are processed as quickly as possible.
You must choose an experienced NDIS plan manager who will be able to make sure that all the regulations are met. You should make sure that your NDIS administrator has had experience with the private schemes and will have dealt with several of them.
An administrator of a private NDIS scheme should be able to give you a detailed report about the process, including the paperwork required to process claims and any changes that may need to be made to the rules and regulations. Once your administrator has finished with the process, you will need to have a report on the status of your benefits, along with your administrator’s contact details.
You may also want to have a copy of the reports that your administrator has given you concerning the status of your claim so that you can review these reports yourself if there are any issues that you need to raise. You can ask questions about any problems that you notice. If you think that your administrator is dishonest, you can bring the matter to the attention of the Independent Disability Authority (IDA) or the Health and Safety Executive (HSE). They will investigate any concerns and will contact your administrator if they are not satisfied with the work that they are doing.