Assisted Outing’s Winnie Wong talks about the many benefits of community access and how it has far-reaching effects.
Plan Partners returns for the third part of their regular series, this time exploring how gardening, cleaning and home maintenance fit into the NDIS.
Specialised driver training under the NDIS? It’s a thing! A. Auto Julia’s Driving School’s Julia talks about finding a good instructor and accessing the NDIS for specialised training. Road trip?
The NDIS might be changing the disability landscape, but the age-old question persists. Does the NDIS pay for my holiday? Fret no longer, All Access Holidays is here to provide the answer!
For some Victorians the introduction of the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) involves a shift in how financial intermediary supports are delivered. This explains it all!
Today’s contributor handles her disabilities – autism, anxiety, and depression – in varying ways when it comes to work. She wants to share them with you, in the hope that you might take them and adapt them to what suits you.
Belle from My Plan Manager explains why you shouldn’t panic if you haven’t used your NDIS funds! Here’s what you need to consider for your next plan review.
For many people with a disability, transport is about much more than simply going from point A to point B – it’s about freedom, independence, socialisation, income, education and much more. That is why in many NDIS plans, transport plays an important part.
Every now and then, we hear about Support Coordinators, LACs, and other professionals in the disability sector being concerned about writing reviews. It’s totally fair. But we think it’s possible to remain impartial and still be transparent to participants about your experiences and knowledge. This is how.
We’re bringing you another of our mega-guides – and this time it’s all about therapy and assessment! We’re exploring OTs, physios, speech pathology, psychology, early intervention and more.