Here are some ideas of things to do with a support worker, especially during home isolation.
Some tips to start with:
A sensory-friendly movie session usually involves cinemas turning the volume down and leaving the lights up and audience members are free to get out of their seats and move around the theatre. Parents don't need to feel stressed about keeping their child contained and can feel comforted in knowing that the other parents in the cinema know exactly what their situation is.
Where can you find a Sensory Friendly Screening? We have collected a few below. Let us know of any we can add.
Transitioning from school to work can be an anxious experience for young people. This is where SLES helps.
The NDIS School Leaver Employment Support (SLES) is a new support to help NDIS participants make a smooth transition from school to employment.
What is SLES School Leaver Employment Support?
School Leaver Employment Supports (SLES) is an early intervention approach for NDIS participants in their last year of school and as well as when they have already left school.
Community Connector Role
MyCareSpace is an online platform that helps people with disability, their carers and families find the disability service providers they need in their local area. We also support them with easy to understand information and resources about the NDIS.
The vision of MyCareSpace is to create meaningful connections so that people with disability can live full and independent lives.
What is ADHD?
Is there a way to help my ADHD child with school?
"How do I find tutoring for my ADHD child?" is a common question we receive at MyCareSpace and we are excited to let you know there is help at hand, especially during these COVID challenging times!
A child with ADHD has unique struggles at school: they are easily distracted, find it hard to keep still (let alone seated) and perhaps participate a little too much in class!
Meet Back to Sleep
In the first of our Meet this NDIS Provider series, we would like to introduce Back to Sleep - an NDIS Registered provider of adjustable beds, Hi Lo adjustable beds, mattresses, uplift chairs, walkers, pillows, quilts, mattress & pillow protectors and more!
How do you explain to a child with Autism why people are wearing masks or why they can't hug their friends? How about that they need to social distance?
Not if you have the wonderful picture storybooks created by Tara Tuchel, founder of Autism Little Learners.
Tara is a speech/language pathologist in Minnesota who has specialised in autism for the past 20 years. She has created a series of picture books to help explain situations to children with Autism.
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