The first and foremost fact we need to understand is that recovery is a unique and personal
experience, which means, it can be defined better by the individual experiencing it. In the NDIS
context, personal recovery is different from clinical recovery and health outcomes.
Positive Behaviour Support is an evidence-based behaviour management method that
helps people struggling with challenging behaviours. This support will help them to have fewer
behaviours of concern and assist them in managing their emotions better.
The National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) provides funded supports to
eligible people with disabilities so that they can improve their functional capacity and achieve
their goals in life.
People with disabilities can benefit positively from active community participation.
Increased participation in the community whether it is social or recreational will help them to
build confidence and to become more independent.
Taking a break from the normal routine can benefit people with disabilities in more
ways than they can imagine. Not only will it give them the opportunity to try new things but a
short stay away from home can help them socialize more, develop new hobbies and learn new
The NDIS Quality and Safeguards Commission is the agency that is committed to ensuring the safety and quality of various NDIS supports and services.
When People with disabilities move into a new home, they will need proper support and
assistance to be independent. Many a time, it may be the first time they are living away from
the comfort and security provided by the home of their parents and loved ones.
The National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) is a national scheme that directly provides funds for people with disabilities to access the supports and services that they need. NDIS guidelines limit the age of eligible participants to between 7 and 65.
Animals, especially dogs, are a comforting presence in anyone’s life. Some animals are specially trained to carry out certain tasks for people with disabilities. They are known as Assistance animals and it is a funded item under the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS)