What is MyPlan?
My plan is all about you.
It's a record of the goals you'd like to achieve and what support you'd like to help get you there.
Your plan includes the treatments and services the TAC will fund.
It also includes other support services that may further help your journey to recovery.
My plan gives your support people the tools to ensure you reach your goals together.
To get started on my plan, we get to know you.
We'll discuss your current situation, your goals, and what support you need in your planning talks.
You may like to include family members, trusted friends, or members of your support team, so together we can all help you make the best decisions about what to include in your plan.
How to use my plan
Once you have your My Plan, you can share it with your support people and providers.
Start working on your goals
Follow up with your support people on the agreed support and keep track of your progress.
For each goal you've set, the TAC Support team will be in touch to talk with you and review your plan, ensuring you have everything you need to reach your goals and progress towards recovery.
MyPlan is a new way for the TAC to work with some of our clients. We will contact eligible clients to start the planning process and develop a MyPlan.
MyPlan is all about you. It’s a record of the goals you’d like to achieve and what support you’d like to help get you there.
Your plan includes the treatments and services the TAC will fund. It also includes other support services that may further help your journey to recovery.
MyPlan gives your support people the tools to ensure you reach your goals together.
The information sheets below have more detailed information about each part of the MyPlan process.
Planning with the TAC
Planning is a process you will do regularly with the TAC.
In planning, you work with a TAC Claims Manager and other people you choose, to share information about your situation, goals and support needs.
Making decisions with the TAC
This information aims to help you understand the decisions you might be involved in, and the support available to you.
Many people can be involved in the early stages of your treatment, and family members or friends may also help you with these decisions.
Your TAC Claims Manager will arrange time with you to get to know you and your family.
This information aims to help you develop your MyPlan.
During the planning discussion we will talk about the things that are most important to you. This will help you identify your goals and supports.
Putting MyPlan into action
This information aims to help you understand how to use MyPlan and approved services.
Your Claims Manager will review these with you to ensure you know:
- what is included
- how to use these documents, and
- how you can start working on the things included in them.
Finding and choosing a provider
We encourage you to choose your providers as soon as possible. These people provide you with services and supports that you need, so it is important to start working with them as soon as you can.
Your TAC Claims Manager is with you along the way. They can help you decide on the best provider to work with you, to help you reach your goals.
Connecting with my community
This information aims to help explain community supports.
In your planning discussion with your TAC Claims Manager, you may talk about the supports available to you in your community.
Many different community supports exist that may help you reach your goals.