Choices you make
Being able to make your own choices is important.
Everyone has a right to have a say in what happens in their own life.
In this 4 minute video disabled young people talk about the choices they make.
Choices can be big or small. Some examples of choices you make every day are:
Some examples of big choices you could make are:
Making a choice vs. someone making it for you
In this 4 minute video disabled young people talk about making a choice vs. someone making it for them.
Making your own choices
In this 3 minute video disabled young people talk about taking control and making their own choices.
If you have a NDIS plan you can choose:
What support you want
Who you get support from
When you get support
If you are over 18 you can also decide how you look after your NDIS The money you get from the NDIS to pay for your disability supports.budget.
Your NDIS budget is the money you get for the disability supports and services in your NDIS plan.
If you want to learn about the different ways you can manage your NDIS plan and budget you can click on the link below. This link has more detailed and Hard to understand.complex information.