Did you know that some airlines provide reduced fares for people with disability that require a carer or support worker? Here’s the lowdown!
Author, public speaker and advocate Jeanette Purkis reveals her thoughts and strategies on surviving the holiday season, with some handy tips.
Winter’s well and truly vanished, so exercise is a little more enjoyable! Road to Recovery’s Amy is exploring how exercise can help prevent falls – not just with the elderly, but also people with disability. What tips do you have?
Plan Partners returns for the third part of their regular series, this time exploring how gardening, cleaning and home maintenance fit into the NDIS.
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.
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.
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.
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!