Support Coordination

Why Choose BlueWing support coordination Services
If you are looking for a Support Coordinator in Queensland, Australia, then look no further than BlueWing Care Professional Support Coordination Services. We are a leading provider of Support Coordination services for people with disabilities.
We are a registered NDIS provider.
In Queensland, Australia, BlueWing Care Professionals is a support coordination organization that works with participants of the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS). We are a disability service provider that helps people with disabilities access the resources and services they need to lead happy, independent lives.
We have a team of experienced and qualified support coordinators.
We are a NDIS service provider delivering high quality disability services across Queensland Australia. Our team of experienced and qualified support coordinators can provide you with the skills and knowledge you need to get the most out of your NDIS plan.
We offer a personalised service that is tailored to your individual needs
We can help you to connect with the right services and supports, and to develop the skills and capacity you need to live an empowering and fulfilling life. We believe that everyone has the right to be supported to reach their fullest potential.
We are committed to working in partnership with you to achieve your goals.
We are committed to working in partnership with you to achieve your goals. Our focus is on providing high quality support that is Person-centered, strengths-based, culturally responsive, and trauma-informed. We will work with you to tailor a support plan that meets your individual needs and helps you to achieve your goals.

BlueWing Care Professionals is a NDIS Service Provider that supports people with a disability to live independently in the community. We provide a range of services including NDIS support coordination, support planning, and independent living skills development.

We operate in New South Wales, Australia and our services are available to people of all ages with a disability.


The National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) is an Australian Government initiative that provides funding for disability services and support. The NDIS funds a range of services and support for people with a disability, their families and carers.

What activities does a Support Coordinator usually undertake?

Support Coordinators are likely to support the participant to:

  • Help you access a number of mainstream, community, informal and provider options.
  • Negotiate services to be provided and their prices, develop service agreements and create service bookings.
  • Negotiate services and prices as part of any quotable supports.
  • Arrange any assessments required to determine the nature and type of funding required (eg: assessment to determine the type of complex home modifications required).
  • Decide the budget for each support type and advise any relevant plan manager of the breakdown of funds.
  • Liaise with any plan manager to establish the appropriate claim categories and attribute the correct amount of funds.
  • Link to mainstream or community services (eg: housing, education, transport, health).
  • Strengthen and enhance the client’s capacity to coordinate supports, self-direct and manage supports and participate in the community, including providing participants with assistance to:
  • Resolve problems or issues that arise
  • Understand their responsibilities under service agreements.
  • Change or end a service agreement.

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What activities does a Support Coordinator usually undertake?

Support Coordinators are likely to support the participant to:

Are there other activities a Support Coordinator might undertake?

Support Coordinators may also undertake specialist activities including:

What activities doesn’t a Support Coordinator provide?

Support Coordinators optimise the flexibility in the core supports to implement the plan. They do not make a judgement about the adequacy of the plan and do not make requests for an unscheduled plan review on behalf of the participants. For most participants the need for Support Coordination is expected to decrease as capacity increases, therefore Support Coordinators are not funded to provide certain supports. 

How are Support Coordinators allocated?

The planner will send a request for service to a Support Coordinator the participant has identified. The request includes details of what supports the participant requires. Support Coordination providers consider the request and inform the planner whether it is accepted, then a plan handover is arranged between them.

Support Coordinators are expected to:

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