The NDIA says your plan review will help you to measure your progress against your personal goals, to explore new goals and identify any changes in your life. Use these Top Tips to make the most of your plan review.

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Plan reviews are a normal part of the NDIS. The NDIA says that your plan review
will help you to measure your progress against your personal goals, to explore new
goals and identify any changes in your life. The most important part of the plan
review though is for you to take stock of how your NDIS Plan is working for you! If
to make your day to day activities and longer life goals easier and more possible to
achieve, your plan review is the time to speak up about them.

Plan reviews can be 
held annually, every two years or as required depending on your circumstances. Depending on your circumstances, life stage and availability, your NDIS plan review may be conducted over the phone or face to face. This is an opportunity to talk to your NDIS representative (usually a Local Area Coordinator – LAC or Early Childhood Early Intervention – ECEI partner) about what currently works for you in your NDIS Plan and what doesn’t.

Resource Reference: Top Tips for your Plan Review

Download: Top Tips for your Plan Review PDF