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Cam Can is a disability organisation that provides individually tailored support to vulnerable people and their families/carers. Cam Can was founded in response to people asking for greater flexibility and control over their resources and in their lives.
Cam Can assists with holistic individualised planning that is anchored in family, friends and community. It helps people to imagine better, implement their goals, and maintain or build enduring supports.
Cam Can assists you and/or people who know you well to:
Cam Can supports people who have a confirmed / approved NDIS (or other) funding plan. The NDIS enables people to choose three ways to manage their NDIS funding (which can include a mix of all three). If you don’t have an NDIS plan, but would like to access supports, please discuss this with us.
Option 1: Self-Managed
Members can choose to ‘self-manage’ their funding. This option gives you the flexibility and choice to decide what supports you buy to meet your goals. This comes with responsibilities, including negotiating and purchasing supports you need, managing your own funding, claiming and paying for supports, and meeting ‘employer’ and NDIS obligations. People who self-manage their NDIS funding can contract Cam Can to provide some or all services. Cam Can will invoice you for services we provide after our services are provided.
Option 2: Plan Managed
The NDIS also offers an option to ‘plan manage’. This gives you choice and control over how you use your NDIS funding, with support of a ‘Plan Manager’ to manage your funds and pay your bills. Cam Can no longer offers this as a standalone option, but we do support existing Members who previously chose this option.
Option 3: NDIA Managed / Full Coordination
This option is for Cam Can to manage all or part of your NDIS funding plan. This includes:
If you are happy with Cam Can and decide to become a Member, an Agreement between you and Cam Can will be developed. The Agreement will outline supports provided, and rates to be charged. Additional expenses (i.e. things not included in your NDIS/Government funding) are your responsibility. Examples include entrance fees, event tickets and meals. More information on Agreements is provided in our Welcome Pack (Welcome Pack)