A plan administrator will help you monitor your funds and provide you with financial reports. A support coordinator will help you understand and implement the supports. The plan administrator will pay providers for the supports provided. A support coordinator will help you understand and implement the supports included in your plan.
A support coordinator will connect you to providers and other community and government services. A support coordinator will also support you to develop skills and guidance. Plan management providers are experienced in navigating the NDIS and can provide guidance and support to participants to understand and use their plans. They can help identify the right service providers and negotiate rates to ensure the best value for money.
PMPs can also provide advice on how to make the most of the allocated funds and help participants prepare for plan review meetings with the NDIA. This way, NDIS participants can have more options and control over their supports and services, ensuring a more personalized and satisfying trip to the NDIS. As the designated plan manager, Bright Plan Management works to eliminate the stress associated with managing an NDIS plan, whether it's managing and processing bill payments, filing NDIS claims, maintaining your documentation, or finding you quality support services approved by the NDIS.