Therapy can play such an important role in supporting children and young people with a disability and health related needs. We will soon be opening our new Community Therapy Clinic in Eastern Heights so that our multi-disciplinary therapy team can support more children and their families in the Ipswich area.
We’ve been providing children’s disability support services in Brisbane for over 70 years. In January 2020, we opened Xavier Place, providing short term accommodation (or respite) for children and young people with a disability.
The federal government define support coordination as “ a capacity building support to implement all supports in a participant’s plan, including informal, mainstream, community and funded supports.” What does this mean?
In our last article of this series Therapy & the NDIS for children with a disability in Ipswich we covered the topics of what therapy is called under the NDIS, what therapies will the NDIA fund and who can provide therapy. This week, we look further into how therapy and NDIS works for children with a disability in the Ipswich area and beyond.
The NDIS first became available in the Ipswich area back in July 2017. Even now, in 2020, it can be confusing for parents and caregivers to understand how therapy works within the NDIS. Over two articles, we cover some of the basics.
Therapy at home is such a great way to support your child with a disability. Parents and caregivers can often have concerns but the good news is that therapy at home doesn’t need to feel like therapy. Here are some tips.
A multi-disciplinary approach, also known as “transdisciplinary practice” involves allied health professionals from difference disciplines working together to provide integrated support based on individual needs.