Feedback & Complaints Procedure
Peak Plan Management welcomes all feedback, including complaints.
We encourage people to speak up as it helps us to develop a better service to meet our customers’
needs and deliver positive outcomes.
How to provide feedback or make a complaint?
You can provide your feedback or make a complaint by calling us on
1300 70 23 24 or send us an
What happens when you have made a complaint with us?
We aim to resolve the complaint as quickly as possible. Our complaints procedure requires that we:
• take immediate action where there appears to be a high risk of harm, neglect or abuse
• aim to acknowledge complaints within the next business day from receipt
• call you within two business days of acknowledgment
• aim to resolve the complaint within 21 business days of receipt
We will contact the person or organisation you have complained about, provide them with details of the complaint and ask for their comments and relevant information.
We will then advise you what the response to your complaint has been and what resolution has been suggested.
If you are dissatisfied with the resolution of the complaint, you can ask for a supervisor or manager of Peak Plan Management to review the complaint and how it was handled.
If the resolution is still not satisfactory, you may seek assistance from to the relevant Commission or Ombudsman including:
NDIS Commission (for South Australia and NSW clients)
Ph: 1800 035 544 (free call from landlines) or TTY 133 677
Or submitting an online complaint form
Disability Complaints Commissioner (Victoria)
Ph: 1800 677342 E: email@example.com
Health and Community Services Complaints Commission (Northern Territory)
Ph: 1800 004 474 E: firstname.lastname@example.org
Ph: 1800 068 908 or online complaint form
Ph: 1800 001 170 E: email@example.com
Health and Disability Services Complaints Office (Western Australia)
Ph: 1800 813 583 E: firstname.lastname@example.org
Peak Plan Management will:
• resolve your complaint in a private, confidential, fair equitable and timely manner and all views will be respected
• help you find a support person or advocate to assist or represent you if you want one
• support you with your right to take the complaint to external agencies if you wish to do so
• ensure that there are no negative consequences or disadvantages to you because you have made a complaint.