Xavier join us to explore how some children’s sensory systems work a little differently – and how sensory integration can help!
What are the tips to finding the right people, and more importantly, how can you make them stay? As the NDIS and Consumer Directed Care are generating greater demand for skilled workers in the industry, what can you do to make sure your team stick with you for the long haul? Mable explains.
*Anne is a 60 year old woman currently living with a spinal cord injury. As a passionate advocator, nurse and someone who has helped Anne on her journey, Grace wants to share Anne’s story.
CoAct Employment share their advice around five questions your job interviewer shouldn’t ask if you have disability, an injury or illness.
Zest Care shares all the apps that are helping to break down barriers, allowing people to live more comfortably and independently.
Melba Support Services’s Alana Doyle provide some examples of what good human rights approaches look like in practice, and what you can rightfully expect from a provider you’re purchasing services from.
CoAct Employment share their top four tips on finding work when you have disability, an injury or illness.
Social worker Jess Murray provides some scenarios that might help put your mind at ease if you haven’t used all your NDIS funding!
CHESS Connect’s Joel Aitken explores how mental health conditions fit within the NDIS – and the term psychosocial disability.
In this brilliant post, author, public speaker and advocate Jeanette Purkis talks about the importance of understanding and respecting diversity beyond our own experiences.