6. Things to remember
Ask for help
If you don’t feel comfortable speaking up for yourself, take someone to your planning meeting that can support you. Someone who can speak up for you is called an advocate. There are advocacy organisations that you can contact for help.
What if I’m not happy with my NDIS plan?
If you’re not happy with your plan, or a decision that is made, you can ask to have your plan reviewed. You can ask the National Disability Insurance Agency to explain the decisions they make about your plan.
Sport is more than just fun
There is lots of evidence for why sport and recreational activities are good for people with disability. Read about the benefits of taking part in sport and recreation
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We acknowledge Mark Topic, Sophie Lynch and Monash University in developing this NDIS Sports Guide.
For more information contact firstname.lastname@example.org or visit the Disability Sport & Recreation website .