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.
Todd Winther returns to reveal just how his once-in-a-lifetime holiday to USA panned out, providing insight into America’s attitude towards disability and tips to consider for your own travels.
As a teacher, Phillip Baldock from Small Steps Learning quickly learned how complex each person and their needs are. It’s why he believes one-on-one tutoring can help, particularly through such means as assistive technology.
Moving out of home is a simple, by-the-book task for many people, but for people with disabilities, it’s sometimes a little more complicated. Nathan Tessman shares his amazing story, revealing all the adaptations he had to make and the challenges he had to embrace.
Welcome to our guide to daily living and access, as we explore personal care and attendant support, assistance with community access and transport.
Road to Recovery’s Holly explains why hydrotherapy might be the perfect form of exercise for you – and how it actually works. Who’s up for a swim?
Sport has many benefits and the NDIS is here to ensure you enjoy them. But how does funding for sport actually work? For sports lovers, this is the guide for you! Plan Partners reveal all.
We’ve explored who’s eligible for support coordination and what it is, but how does it work in practice? MOIRA joins us to reveal what it might look like to work with a support coordinator over the first 12 months of your plan.
Just because you have a busy schedule, or are injured or use a wheelchair, it doesn’t mean you can’t lead a healthy life. Joe from Road to Recovery explains!