It is not uncommon for selfcare to slip our minds right up until we have hit a wall. Selfcare varies from person to person, what works for you might not work for others. Selfcare can be directed toward our Mental, physical and emotional health and wellbeing. I do believe in a professional and a personal setting that proactive steps are vital for managing stress and possibly anxiety. This blog will touch on different aspects of the disability sector where selfcare is vital.
A “scheduled review” meeting will usually occur in a face-to-face capacity with either a LAC, or NDIA planner. These are the guys who collect your relevant information and create the next NDIS plan. It is therefore really important that they have the clearest picture of your support needs.
Support Coordination is a category within a participant’s NDIS plan that is designed around building the capacity of the participant or participant’s family to navigate their way through the NDIS process. Some things that a Support Coordinator can assist with (there's plenty more) are:
When it comes to the NDIS it can be like getting blood from a stone when finding out what is available for you or those close to you. In this blog I am going to touch on a few topics that sometimes has too much Information out there.
Many diseases and disorders can unfortunately leave people disabled and physically impaired. Some of these impairments can be permanent and Assistive Technology (or AT, as it is commonly known) help people cope with their physical disabilities.
- A Guide To Self Care
- Don’t forget Important Documents for Planning Meetings & Reviews
- NDIS Common Phrases (EP 2) – By Stephanie Gaynor
- What to expect from your Support Coordinator?
- 10 things to help a Support Coordinator think you as a provider are AMAZING
- NDIS Common Phrases (EP 1) - by Stephanie Gaynor
- Q & A - NDIS Support Coordinator | Jemma Grunsell-Kerr
- Q & A - NDIS Support Coordinator | Stephanie Gaynor
- Disability Parking | Companion Cards and Taxi Vouchers
- Assistive technology for physical disabilities: what you need to know as a NDIS Participant
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