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YOUR SPECIALISTS IN SUPPORT COORDINATION

We're putting you first

 

Here at YES Service, we understand that you want to get the most out of your NDIS package and that's why you need someone that will put you first.

If you are new to the NDIS and are about to get your first NDIS Plan or 
if it's time to make the switch from your current Support Coordinator, we are here to help.

I NEED SUPPORT COORDINATION, WHERE DO I START?

Click to take a look at our simple process:

We will contact you within 1 business day to get started.

Connect with YES Service by calling, registering your details or by emailing us so that one of our friendly
team members can discuss your needs and match you with the appropriate Support Coordinator.

Phone us:

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Connecting with YES Service is easy!

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WHAT IS SUPPORT COORDINATION?

Click the tabs to discover what Support Coordination is all about:

Support Coordinators assist participants in building their skills to understand, implement and use their NDIS plan. A support coordinator helps with planning and engagement of disability support providers.

When you choose YES Service, a Support Coordinator will work with you to understand your goals, requirements and what your current circumstances are.

With our support, we will connect you with the right service providers and community supports.

Our Support Coordinators are professionals with effective experience working with people who have complex life circumstances, helping people to achieve their goals. We work with participants of all ages with different support needs and from all backgrounds.

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SEE WHAT OUR CLIENTS HAVE TO SAY

YES stands for Your Empowering Support and that is what we are every day.

"My Support Coordinator has been very responsive and balanced in her approach. They are thoughtful in their support and strive to help us understand the impacts of our choices with regard to the NDIS
and future planning."
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