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The National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) helps people with disabilities, including those with Down Syndrome to live as independently as possible through funded support and services. Thinking about moving out of parental care and wanting to live in a space
Home and living support that are tailored to meet the needs of people with disabilities are important in improving their overall quality of life and accessibility to various support and services.
Mental health is an important factor which influences the quality of our lives and greater overall well-being. People with psychosocial disabilities face a unique set of challenges which stems from their mental health conditions.
The National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) is an important government- funded scheme which reshaped the way we approach disability support and provided a new perspective regarding independent living and the personal autonomy of people with disabilities. The NDIS provides direct
The National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) helps people with disabilities to pursue their goals and live independently as participating members of the community. The NDIS emphasizes the importance of giving individuals with disabilities control over the decisions that affect their
A Short-Term Accommodation (STA) or Respite Service Provider delivers essential support and services for those participants who want to take a short break from their normal routine and wishes to stay somewhere away from home for a brief period.
People with disabilities can benefit significantly from professional care received in the comfort and convenience of their homes. The familiarity of the home will help ease the stress and promote positive changes in their lives. NDIS funds in-home support through
All NDIS plans come with a plan reassessment date. It is included in the NDIS plan to check whether any changes are needed in the plan for it to continue working well for the participant. But the participant can request
Disability needs vary from person to person. Thus the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) adopts a participant-centric approach to disability care where NDIS plans are tailored to meet the unique needs of each person with a disability. While some participants
Disability support systems are designed to empower people with disabilities and equip them with the skills and knowledge necessary for them to lead a life that they have always envisioned for themselves.

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