There are 3 ways you can ask us for a participant-requested plan review:

You’ll need to give us any new information to help us decide if we’ll do the plan review. This may include any assessments, reports or other information. These are important in helping us understand how your situation has changed.

For example, you might ask for a plan review because your disability needs have changed and you can’t do things you used to be able to do. We usually need an assessment or report about how your support needs have changed.

If you just want to change how the funding is managed in your plan you may not need to give us new information. We can often do this without the full plan review process.

What if you want someone to ask for a participant-requested plan review on your behalf?

Your plan nominee or child representative can ask us to do a participant-requested plan review on your behalf.

You can also give consent for someone else to ask us to do a plan review on your behalf. For example, this could be an advocate, family member or friend.

If you want to give consent for this, there are 3 ways you can do it:

Learn more about consent .

This page current as of
13 September 2021
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