A multi-disciplinary team (or MDTs) is made up of allied health professionals from different disciplines who work together to provide integrated support based on each child’s individual needs.
In last week’s article of this series The NDIS and therapy for children with disability in Scarborough we explored how therapy is categorised under the NDIS, how to request funding for therapy and who can provide therapy.
At Xavier Place, we provide a welcoming home-away-from-home for teenagers and young adults with complex disability and related health needs. Respite is important for young people with disability who are cared for by their parents or other care givers to gain some independence away from their home environment and to experience new things.
As children with disability develop into teenagers and young adults, it’s important to consider how to support them to increase their independence and have an appropriate level of autonomy and control over their lives.
At Xavier, we are NDIS registered providers of therapy. Our experienced and qualified therapists are here to support children and young people with disability throughout Brisbane and the greater Brisbane area including Scarborough.