One of the primary goals of the National Disability Insurance Scheme is the social integration of people with disabilities. Through funded supports and services, the NDIS fulfils the disability needs of the participants so that they can work towards their
Home and living options available for people with disabilities are very limited due to various barriers like inaccessible environment, lack of proper support, unavailability of a house that meets their needs etc. This results in continued reliance on family members
Caregivers deserve appreciation for providing care and support that helps people with disabilities to pursue goals and lead a purposeful and happy life. They are often at the forefront when it comes to the advocacy of disability rights. But the
People with severe disabilities face the risk of exhibiting challenging behaviour that can have dire consequences for them at the workplace, schools, care centres and in their communities. They will be excluded from future community activities, fired from their jobs
Home and living options available under the NDIS help people with disabilities to live independently and build their skills. Supported Independent Living is one such funded support that focuses on providing assistance with personal care tasks, chores around the house
Complex health care needs are constant companions in the lives of people with disabilities. This means that differently-abled individuals often require consistent and intense health care support daily. Disability is incredibly diverse and therefore, the level of care required differs
People with disabilities fight against a lot of odds to overcome various disability barriers and build a life for themselves where they have choice and control over their way of living. According to myriad studies conducted over the years on
People with disabilities often are at greater risk for complex health problems and therefore require proper care and support from qualified professionals. Usually, the complexity arises from having more than one disability or having a disability in combination with other
Living independently is a dream that’s often put on hold by people with disabilities due to their high care needs and lack of proper disability support. Supported Independent Living (SIL) is one of the many home and living support options
Moving out of the home of their parents and living in a place on their own is often a distant dream for a lot of differently-abled individuals. That’s because the provision of care and support that they need to move

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