The NDIS is a major reform of the Australian disability support system, designed to provide support.
Speech delays in young children can be difficult to identify, as children develop at different rates.
National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) occupational therapists help people of all abilities to participate in everyday life to support a healthy, independent lifestyle. Their services range from recommending and implementing home modifications and assistive technology to increasing participation in social and leisure activities all with the goal of facilitating more independent living. An occupational therapist […]
Positive behaviour support (PBS) is a behaviour management system involving scientific, evidence-based practices. The aim of PBS is to address and prevent challenging or negative behaviour to improve the quality of an individual’s life, as well as their family members’. If you have a child or family member that experiences behavioural challenges, you may be […]
To notify the NDIS that you are interested in becoming a participant, you must apply for the scheme. Alternatively, if your child’s age is under seven, you should contact and visit your local early childhood partner to discuss their application. An early childhood partner can help you to determine if NDIS is right for your […]