Case Management Support Services

Central Coast

Registered NDIS Support Coordinator
Call on 0402 020 797 
  1. Care advisory services
    Whether considering options for yourself or deciding how best to help someone close to you. Aged care, disability or mental health are complex and requires careful thought, knowing what services are out there that would suit your care plan goals are very time consuming. The uncertainty surrounding where to go, who to contact, how much it will cost and where the money will come from can be overwhelming and stressful.
  2. Case management
    While different approaches to home care are continually occurring at State and Federal levels, case management continues to be a key element in this discussions whch focus on high-quality care and patient-centered decision-making, which will assist in the new direction of consumer directed care. Case management is a cooperative effort between an individual, their family, Carers and other Service Providers. It includes planning, health assessment, coordination of care, and advocacy to meet the individual goals.
  3. Care assessment and planning
    A care plan (sometimes called a care and support plan, or support plan if you're a carer) sets out how your care and support needs will be met. The care plan will be consumer directed. Care and support should help the person to live independently, have as much control over your life as possible, participate in society on an equal level, with access to employment and family life, have the best possible quality of life, keep as much dignity and respect as possible.
  4. Care coordination & oversight
    Care coordination involves the organization of patient care activities between two or more participants (including the patient) involved in a patient's care to facilitate the appropriate delivery of health care services. Organizing care will involve the organising of personnel and other resources needed to carry out all required patient care activities which will be managed by the exchange of information among participants responsible for different aspects of care.