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.

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.

Charity Spalding is an Accredited Practicing Dietitian with over 10 years of experience, much of which has been spent working with people with disability and their families. She is also the owner of Accessible Nutrition. I’ve got a recipe for home-made canned soup… well, it’s actually made using canned and frozen foods but “Home-made canned and frozen…