Understanding NDIS Plan Rollover: What You Need to Know

A lot of people are experiencing NDIS rolling over their plans. They are doing this to get on top of the backlog of reviews. 

If you have received a letter that your NDIS plan is going to roll over and you want to do this but aren’t completely sure what this means keep reading!

It means that your current level of funding and goals will duplicate for the following year or two years depending on what length your original plan was. Everything will stay the same. If you were happy with the plan you had and did not run out of funding before review time this would work well. You avoid a meeting and having to spend time and funding on obtaining new reports for review. 

If you would like to agree with the rollover but are a bit unsure if your needs will change in the future, you can request a review AT any time. You do not have to do a change of circumstances to trigger the review in a few month’s time. 

If you have any questions regarding your ndis plan, how you can utilise your funds, a line item number question or anything really feel free to get in contact with us today!

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As many people are experiencing NDIS plan rollovers to address the backlog of reviews, it’s important to understand what this means for you. If you have received a letter indicating that your NDIS plan is set to roll over and are unsure about the implications, keep reading for clarity and guidance.

What Does NDIS Plan Rollover Mean?

When your NDIS plan rolls over, it signifies that your current level of funding and goals will be duplicated for the following year or two, depending on the length of your original plan. Essentially, everything stays the same. If you were satisfied with your existing plan and did not exhaust your funding before the review period, this rollover can work well for you. It eliminates the need for a meeting and the effort and resources required to obtain new reports for review.

Flexibility for Future Changes

If you are inclined to agree with the plan rollover but are uncertain about potential changes to your needs in the future, it’s important to note that you can request a review at any time. You do not have to wait for a change of circumstances to trigger a review several months down the line. This provides flexibility and ensures that your plan remains aligned with your evolving requirements.

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Navigating the intricacies of NDIS plans can be challenging, especially when faced with rollovers and potential changes. Our team is here to provide the clarity, guidance, and support you need. Whether you have questions about your plan, funding utilisation, or require assistance with understanding line item numbers, reach out to us today for a phone consultation. Let us be your trusted partner in navigating the complexities of the NDIS and ensuring you receive the support and resources you need for a fulfilling life.

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