25 August 2015
Technology powering communication
For Speech Pathology Week, we’re looking at the difference speech pathologists make in the lives of people with disability. For people unable to communicate through speech, technology advancements present significant, exciting opportunities to chat, share and connect.
18 August 2015
What are the causes of Acquired Brain Injury (ABI)?
Over 330,000 Australians have an acquired brain injury (ABI), but there is some confusion among the general public about how they occur.
17 August 2016
Continence support under the NDIS
If you require support for managing your incontinence due to your disability, you should make sure you discuss your needs with your NDIS planner or Local Area Coordinator when you transition to the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS).
24 August 2016
Transport under the NDIS
Getting around and doing the things you need to do is an important part of everyone’s day. For people with disability, transport can sometimes be challenging and you may require some extra support. Learn how existing transport supports may change and how you can plan for your transport needs under the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS).
10 August 2016
What will happen to my home and community care (HACC) service?
As the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) rolls out in Melbourne’s north-eastern region, changes will be made to home and community care (HACC) services.
Free one-on-one discussions to get your NDIS questions answered
Many locations available.