More and more, one of the most common queries we get at Clickability is around school holidays, so we’ve compiled this mega guide to answer all your questions!
Lakeside Rooms explore the benefits of Educational Psychological Groups, where a clinician teaches members specific skills, such as emotional resilience, mindfulness or dialectical behavioural therapy.
In today’s blog, Capital Guardians explores the NDIS and Aged Care – and the links between the two departments.
Positive behaviour support is a way of working with people with mental illness and disabilities to improve their life with positive strategies.
iChoosemyplace’s Casey explores the history of housing in Australia and what we need to do to change it in he future.
MOIRA explore the three different ways you can manage your NDIS funds and explains why plan management might be the solution for you.
Supported Independent Living (SIL) is when people with mental illnesses and disabilities share a home, usually with 24/7 support. Here’s what you need to know.
One important NDIS concept to understand during your transition to the NDIS is ‘reasonable and necessary’. Yooralla explains.
Plan Partners explain the benefit of service agreements – detailing everything you need to know.
If you think assistive technology might help you, but you’re unsure how to get it – don’t sweat, IOH’s Hannah Spencer unravels the complicated process in today’s blog!