Accessing NDIS Support Coordination in Castle Hill – Why is it Important?
Interaction’s experienced Support Coordinators can guide you through the NDIS process and offer supports to achieve key goals. Accessing NDIS Support Coordination in Castle Hill is essential for participants to receive the supports they need to participate in daily life.
Our services cover everything from explaining NDIS plans to reviewing ongoing progress. At each stage, our team works with participants to build skills and confidence with the aim of developing independence and critical life skills.
Why Choose Interaction for Disability Support Coordination in Castle Hill?
Support Coordination is an important service for participants who require support to learn the skills they need in their daily life.
Our Support Coordinators have experience working with people from diverse backgrounds and support needs. We offer professional assistance in multiple areas, from accessing the appropriate NDIS funding to selecting the supports that are most suited to your needs.
Your Interaction Support Coordinator will be your primary contact for any issues, questions, or concerns about your NDIS Plan. With Interaction, every participant receives expert guidance and support to navigate the NDIS process and achieve individual life goals.
Senior Support Coordinator
Jessica has worked in the disability sector for more than 15 years. Beginning her career as a learning support officer, Jessica has also worked as a support worker in various settings including respite, day programs, and community access. Jessica has several years’ experience as a Local Area Coordinator and Support Coordinator, and most recently has held the roles of House Manager, and Operations Manager. Jessica holds a Cert IV in Disability.
Graham started with Interaction in 2018 after spending most of his career in the health and medical devices industry. Of his current role as Support Coordinator, Graham says “seeing those around me smile and watching them build confidence and skills is a huge motivator for me. I’m inspired by the determination and enthusiasm of those who trust me to take care of their well being and I love seeing them succeed. I’m proud to work with a team of Support Coordination experts who are genuinely people focused and foster a great culture of helping everyone around them.”
Tory has worked in the community services sector for the past 16 years holding a variety of roles including support work, team leader, accommodation manager, people and culture leader and general manager home support services. Tory is currently transitioning from her role as a support worker to support coordinator, where she applies her wide range of skills and experiences.
Tory gets a great sense of satisfaction from her work in advocating for her participants to receive the funding that is reasonable and necessary to live the lives they choose.
Katherine has worked in the Aged and Disability sector for 8 years experiencing a number of roles including Support Worker, Team Leader and Acting Senior Manager. Katherine transitioned to her role of Support Coordinator in 2021 where she has been able to put her experience and industry knowledge into her work. She currently holds a Diploma of Community Services in Case Management.
Katherine has found a passion for helping her clients reach their goals keeping her motivated to provide the high standard of supports to her participants.