Supported Independent Living is a model of accommodation and support services designed to assist people living with disabilities in Australia to live independently and participate in their communities. Here are some the benefits of Supported Independent Living services for individuals with disabilities in Australia: Independence and control Supported Independent Living promotes independence and self-determination among […]
Speech delays in young children can be difficult to identify, as children develop at different rates.
Currently, there is a high-demand to better meet the ever-changing needs of children who use assistive technology tools. In particular, improving areas such as the accessibility and flexibility of funding plans, timeliness of supply with reduced administrative burden, and environmental sustainability. This blog post will discuss the importance of early childhood assistive technology, particularly in […]
Supported independent living (SIL) is a NDIS funded support service designed to help you live in your home. The aim of supported independent living is to provide assistance with daily life for those living with a disability to help them live independently. Supported independent living is for those with a disability who may have very […]
A trip to the doctor’s office is now a thing of the past, with healthcare providers offering virtual care for participants through telemedicine services. Telehealth is a method of providing medical care remotely, usually through video chat or phone call. A wide range of medical services can be accessed via telehealth including primary care consultations, […]
If you are under the age of 65 with a permanent and significant disability, you might qualify for NDIS support. NDIS assists disabled people in achieving their objectives by providing opportunities for social or economic participation within their community. To be eligible for the NDIS, individual’s must meet the NDIS eligibility requirements and conditions established […]
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 […]