Our skilled team of professionals have extensive knowledge and experience working within medical, clinical and theraputic frameworks. We thrive on working within a multidisciplinary model to ensure a holistic and best practice approach to positive outcomes.
Our commitment is to improving the quality of life for our clients and their families.
Specialist Support Coordination
Our Specialist Support Coordinators are highly qualified allied health professionals with extensive industry experience.
They provide a holistic and expert approach to supporting participants to address persistent and complex barriers.
Level 3 Specialist Support Coordinators take a clinical lead and oversee the support plans, implementation of services across the entire multidisciplinary team and provide a higher level of support helping to work through significant obstacles.
Some participants will have Specialist Support Coordination funds allocated in their NDIS plan. The Specialist Support Coordination role is very similar to the role that used to be called ‘Case Management’ in many health and justice services.
Unlike a Support Coordinator, a Specialist Support Coordinator must hold an allied health or tertiary degree and is usually allocated to support you to manage more complex challenges in your support environment.
Examples of more complex challenges may include multiple health diagnoses, a significant change in health status, education requirements or involvement with justice services. Specialist Support Coordination aims to reduce barriers to you implementing or using your NDIS plan.
HONO Community Services staff have been providing Specialist Support Coordination to participants within numerous government schemes and to private clients for over 20 years.
We want to know what’s important to you in your life as you are planning changes.
Our team of experienced Support Coordinators provide holistic person centred supports to increase individual capacity and optimise growth. Our team work within a multidisciplinary framework to promote best outcomes for our participants and their families. Level 2 Support Coordinators walk alongside participants and their families throughout their NDIS journey, overseeing referrals, reports, budgets, service agreements, plan reviews and engagements.
Professional Supervision, Professional Development & Team Training
We currently offer professional supervision and tailored training opportunities to both individuals and teams to support with ongoing professional development to enhance a person’s individual practice and ensure best outcomes for their participants.
Our team have been regular guest presenters within the rare disease sector and have provided a wealth of information and knowledge on the advocacy of children with critical and complex illnesses.