What to expect in your plan review meeting

Things to discuss include:

  • What worked well in your plan?
  • What goals did you achieve?
  • What didn’t work as well?
  • Is there any change in your circumstances?
  • What questions do you have about how your plan is managed?
  • Would you like to change how you manage your funding?
  • What are your new goals for your next plan?

If your support needs are unlikely to change, a long plan duration of up to three (3) years means you can carry on with your life without needing to go through frequent plan review processes.

To find out if a longer plan duration suits your situation, please talk with your LAC or planner. 

To prepare for this conversation, you will want to consider:

  • any life changes you’re expecting to make over the next three years (e.g. leaving school, starting or leaving work or a change in your living situation)
  • how connected you are with your social and community supports
  • your goals and preferences around plan duration. 

If your circumstances change at any time during your plan period, your LAC or planner will be able to help you review your support needs and undertake a plan review if required to ensure your plan will suit your new situation.
 

This page current as of
18 November 2019