5. You have a right to make your own decisions.
You have a right to make your own decisions about what sort of support you get from the NDIS.
You have a right expect the staff at the NDIS to give you information in a way that you can understand, so you can make a decision about what sort of support you want.
You have a right to get support, if you need it, to help you make decisions.
You can get this support from someone you trust.
If the NDIS staff organise for someone to support you in making decisions, but you are not happy with the person, you should tell the NDIS staff that you want someone else to help you instead.
Anyone who supports you to make decisions about the NDIS should always respect your choices. They should never take over. It’s YOUR decision.