Got questions? We've got answers.

We know that the NDIS can be overwhelming, complicated and at times – quite frustrating! So we’ve put together a list of frequently asked question to help you learn more about NDIS Plan Management.
If you have a question not listed here, just visit our contact page and send us through your enquiry. 

Plan Management is when you select an external organization to look after the administration side of your NDIS plan.  They will be able to answer your questions, pay your bills and keep your budget in check. With Peasy Plan Management, we’ll take the headache out of your NDIS plan so you can make the most out of it. 

The NDIS covers all Plan Management fees and it’s available to all NDIS Participants. You’ll just need to ask for it during your NDIS planning meeting. 

Lots! Navigating the NDIS can be overwhelming and confusing. With Peasy you’ll have your invoices taken care of, out-of-pocket expenses reimbursed – plus have access to real-time tools to both view and manage your budget.  

You can request Plan Management as part of your NDIS plan from your LAC or NDIS representative. If you’re not happy with your current NDIS Plan Manager you can switch to Peasy. 

It’s easy peasy! Just go to our sign-up page, follow the steps provided and we’ll be in touch. Alternatively, you can give us a call on 1300 866 121 and speak to one of our friendly team members. Prefer a call back? Then just head to our contact page and submit your details.  

Also – you’ll need to endorse Peasy Plan Management during your NDIS planning meeting, at your implementation meeting or by contacting NDIS National Contact Centre on 1800 800 110 and supplying them with our provider details which are:

Nepean Area Disabilities Organisation Ltd (Peasy Plan Management) NDIS registration number 4050001493.

Do you or a loved one have a disability and would like to apply for the NDIS? It may seem overwhelming at first, but we can help break down the application process into 4 simple steps. 

1 – First you need to check your eligibility. The NDIS offer a Eligibility Checklist to help you do this. It will ask you questions regarding age, residence, and disability requirements. 

2 – If you are eligible then the next step is to download an Access Request Form (ARF). You can fill this out and then either email, post or lodge in person at your local NDIA Office.  You can also phone 1800 800 100 and make a verbal request.

3 – Once this is completed, the NDIA will let you know if your application was successful. This can take up to 21 business days. 

4 – If your application was accepted, the NDIA will get in touch with you to set up a planning meeting. It’s a good idea to be prepared for this meeting with as much information as possible. 

Take the next step and get in touch - it’s easy peasy!

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