3 Ways NDIS Occupational Therapy Can Change Your Life

3 Ways NDIS Occupational Therapy Can Change Your Life

  The NDIS was rolled out across Australia in 2016 by the federal government. Its purpose is to provide Australians (aged 65 years and below) with a disability supports and services to help them live their lives to the fullest. The NDIS can provide funding in a...
Why your child will benefit from occupational therapy NDIS

Why your child will benefit from occupational therapy NDIS

Why children may need Occupational Therapy (OT) A child’s development is a unique journey, and each child has individual experiences. Thus, it can be difficult to make generalised judgements about what is considered normal or natural child development, as various...
3 different types of speech therapy in Campbelltown

3 different types of speech therapy in Campbelltown

Introduction to speech therapy Speech therapy (also referred to as speech-language pathology) is a field of allied health therapy that focuses on treatment of communication disorders or issues. Speech therapists (also known as speech-language pathologists) are...
Steps For Finding NDIS Support In Liverpool

Steps For Finding NDIS Support In Liverpool

With more and more Australians applying for NDIS funding, it is useful to know how to look for a qualified and fair NDIS service provider to help you and/or your loved one in the Liverpool area. People with disability in Liverpool Liverpool is found in the South West...
How NDIS Psychology In Sydney Use Their Funds

How NDIS Psychology In Sydney Use Their Funds

Background to the NDIS So, you have been allocated some NDIS funding and are interested in accessing psychology services. This article will help you better understand your NDIS funding and how you can use it for psychology, as well as what to consider when searching...
Why Speech Therapy In Children Is On The Rise

Why Speech Therapy In Children Is On The Rise

Background The ability to communicate and engage with others is integral to a person’s overall functioning. In everyday life, we are required to interact, socialise and communicate with family, friends, work colleagues and, to some extent, even strangers. It is...