Under the NDIS Short Term Accommodation and Assistance replaces what we have previously known as respite. The NDIA define Short Term Accommodation and Assistance as “both a short stay in a property with other people or additional support for your own home.”
One of the ways in which we support Brisbane families is through in home support. In the NDIS landscape, where the participant has choice and control, how do you know what to look for when choosing a provider for in home disability support?
At our new community therapy clinic in Ipswich, we are supporting children and young adults with a disability to improve their communication skills using AAC. ACC stands for augmentative and alternative communication.
Put very simply, assistive technology (AT) is the term given to the physical “things” that your child needs because of their disability. Which means that the types of ATs are varied.
When it comes to choosing in home disability support for your child, finding the right support worker is crucial. This easy process may help when searching for in home disability support for children.
At our new community therapy clinic in Ipswich, our team understand the importance of early intervention to support children with a disability. What exactly is "early intervention" and how can it help?
To get the right support for your child with a physical or multiple disability, choosing the disability support services in Brisbane to meet the needs of your child and your family is crucial. With so many service providers, it can seem like an overwhelming task to choose the right provider.