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What do I do if I'm not happy with my support plan or want to change it?

Question:
What do I do if I'm not happy with my support plan or want to change it?
Answer:

If your needs have changed, or you don’t think the care and support detailed in your plan is helping you achieve your outcomes, you can ask for a review of your plan.

Depending on the reason for the review you may need to be re-assessed and, if your needs or circumstances have changed significantly, a new care and support plan will need to be drawn up.

If you only want to change providers, the types or service you use or how you arrange and pay for care and support, this can be discussed with the person who drew up the care plan. They can agree any changes and help you arrange alternative care and support.

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