Bridges Alliance is an experienced provider of NDIS plan management services to NDIS clients and their families and carers.
As a NDIS registered plan management provider, we assist you in all things related to managing yourr NDIS funds, giving you the confidence in knowing the payment of your chosen supports is covered!
As part of our comprehensive NDIS disability support and services, we can assist you by processing your payments through the NDIS portal, validating and claiming appropriate funds from NDIS. We receive invoices from another provider , provide clients an effortless way to process invoices on time, and keep you on track over your overall budget and spending. This information is coordinated and shared with our clients and includes providing regular up-to-date summaries of expenditures and budget analysis.
We care about your unique financial situation. Therefore, our NDIS plan managers guarantee 100% transparency and satisfaction. Our personal goal is to ensure that you make the most of your overall plan, and that your funds are distributed to services that are beneficial to you and you alone. We act as a service intermediary by supporting our clients to explore other budgeting options, build their financial literacy, and develop their self-management capabilities to ensure they exercise control over their NDIS plan.
Our qualified NDIS plan management providers make controlling your NDIS plan budget-easy and hassle-free- freeing up your time so you can make the most of your life. Here’s what you can expect when you choose Bridges Alliance as your plan manager:
Our plan managers help you with accessing non-registered NDIS services, advising you on what you can and cannot use your NDIS funds for and keep track of your plan pace.
Let us worry about the administration side of things. As your plan manager, we’ll claim invoices from the NDIS in line with the price guide, process your expenses and pay your service providers on your behalf. We don’t stop there. We’ll provide you with ongoing support when you need it and provide you with monthly payment statements of your spending.
If you love the idea of using a plan manager, the choices are yours. At Bridges Alliance, there are a few options for you to get plan management integrated into your personal NDIS plan.
At your NDIS meeting, it’s possible that you may be asked how you wish to look after the funds in your plan. Therefore, it’s important to consider your plan management options before you commit. If you believe that using an NDIS registered plan manager is the best option for your situation, all you need to do is advise the NDIS planner of your request and add plan management into your NDIS plan.
If you currently have a plan in place but believe NDIS plan management is more beneficial to you, you can ask to change your plan without having to start from the beginning. Request a ‘A light-touch review’, which is an informal name to a process for clients who wish to make small changes, or switch the financial management of their plans. You can change your plan by calling the NDIS directly.
To learn more about our services, discover how we can take this journey together or to explore our rewarding career paths, simply get in touch with us today by phone or email – and experience the Bridges Alliance difference.
NDIS plan management refers to the way the funding of your NDIS plan (National Disability Insurance Scheme) is managed. NDIS clients have the choice on how their funds are managed within their plan. This can include managing your financial transactions and paperwork, and ensuring that you comply with NDIS rules and regulations.
NDIS participants have the right to be with a Plan Manager that helps you make the most out of your NDIS journey. If your current plan manager isn’t right for you, you can change to one better suited to help you. You don’t have to wait until your NDIS plan expires, or is reviewed. You can change your NDIS plan manager anytime. The process is straightforward. Let your current Plan Manager know that you’d like to change your NDIS plan management provider via email or telephone. Most providers will give you a 30-day cooling off period if you change your mind and return to your old Plan Manager.
To become an NDIS plan management provider, you must be registered with the NDIS Quality and Safeguards Commission (external) (NDIS Commission), unless you are in Western Australia. The independent agency is to improve the safety and quality of NDIS support and services for all NDIS clients.
The NDIS Commission regulates the market of disability support, by providing national consistency, promoting safe and quality services, resolving problems, and pinpoint areas for improvement. To deliver NDIS plan management services, all organisations and sole traders must be a registered NDIS provider and approved under the ‘Management of funding for support in clients plans’ registration group. This is a specific group of supports and services being delivered. NDIS plan management providers must guarantee that they follow criteria and conditions of registration.