The Am I Flying Yet self-planning tool costs $300 for a year subscription and can be paid for by your plan manager out of your flexible core budget or by you if you self-manage.
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$300AUD Annual Subscription. Access via Flexible Core Budget.
Why Work with Us?
We are a small, family run business with over 30 years experience in the Disability Sector
The ownership of information in the app will always remain the property of the individual user
Learning as we go
We are also committed to improving and updating the Am I Flying Yet self-planning tool so welcome any feedback, ideas and technology that you may like to contribute.
For young people
Getting an NDIS plan is exciting but can be a bit overwhelming. If you’re 9 or 10 or older, you might not even recognise it as YOUR plan because you didn’t write it yourself.
Am I Flying Yet is a simple web-based app that allows you to write a plan that’s in your own words. It’s a plan that looks much like the NDIS plan but is owned and managed by YOU.
This tool guides you through the steps of telling your story, deciding on goals you want to achieve, thinking about what might hold you back, and the support you would like to help you achieve your goals. Support might be a youth worker to introduce you to new activities and new people. It might be about camps or software programs or some strategies for creating the life you want for yourself.
At the very least, you get to have a say, at the very best, you get to be Master of your own Universe!
If you have one or more family members with separate NDIS plans, you might choose to use Am I Flying Yet self-planning tool as a family plan that keeps track of all the goals and supports in one place, including storage of all your reports and other paperwork.
Every goal has a review button where you can rate progress from disappointing through to excited! You can also make notes every day about the quality of service, ideas for next session and so on. Your entries become a journal of your progress and help inform your next plan review. It’s also a useful basis for your family to have a shared conversation about how you’re travelling as a family.
You may be getting ready for your very first NDIS plan and concerned you might forget something important or not express yourself as well as you’d like when you’re in your planning meeting. Am I Flying Yet takes you through a simple step-by-step process for telling your story, identifying goals, potential challenges (needs) and supports to address those challenges. You can upload the evidence – the letters and reports relating to the impact of your disability along the way.
Your responses to the guiding questions can be as brief or detailed as you like and will pre-populate a draft plan that looks much like an NDIS plan. This plan can be printed or sent directly off to your NDIS Planner or Local Area Coordinator so you feel organised and well prepared for your planning meeting.
For service providers
Providing Am I Flying Yet to the people you support is a strong message to your staff that the support they provide is to be driven by the individual’s needs and goals. It is a practical way for an organisation to demonstrate person-centred practice and accountability for every hour of support.
Am I Flying Yet also encourages individuals to rate progress against goals and have regular conversations with their support crew about how happy they are with the support being provided.
For Allied Health Professionals & Support Coordinators
Receiving a copy of the person’s Am I Flying Yet plan – their story, aspirations, challenges and preferred supports in their own words, saves time and guesswork. It provides context for specialised assessments and better matching of individuals with local supports.
Reports and other documentation, photos, quotes etc and all be stored in the Am I Flying Yet tool, ready for export prior to plan reviews, change of circumstance meetings, and appeal processes.
Depending on the circumstances, the person may complete their Am I Flying Yet plan on their own or with assistance from a friend, family member or advocate.
I’ve explored the app and…wow! It’s great! Very easy to use and a beautiful design.
Tristan de Mezieres
Love it. A planning tool that’s easy to use, translates my language into NDIS language, and gets people with disability back on the front foot with the NDIS.
This is so easy to use. Simple questions help you work out what your needs are, what you would like support with and make goals for your future. I’m in.
Your dreams, your plan
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