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National Carers Week is 14-20 October 2018

Our panelists shared their 'out of the box' examples of how to use your NDIS funding to create multiple and meaningful employment, social and community pathways after school. 

Sam Paior who is a Support Coordinator from The Growing Space recently posted this info on Facebook.

What is support coordination?

There are three levels of support coordination that can be included in your plan:

The daily grind of managing a child with ADHD or autism can prevent us from seeing all the amazing and wonderful things about them.

Once again our friends at The Mighty have come up with the goods and we share with you thei

Ok, so you went though the pre planning process (with the help of our resource on ND

I play tennis and became a fan of Dylan Alcott when I saw him play at the Australian Open in January of this year.

Here are some key tips from Moira Mannion, one of our highest rated physiotherapists on MyCareSpace, on how a physiotherapist can assist yo is an NDIS registered provider of incontinence products that are offered for sale online and include a discreet monthly delivery option.

How do I get a Plan Review? What is a Plan Review? What is an Appeal?

EVERY SATURDAY - Northcott Parramatta - Saturday Teens Club

Applause Musical Theatre school holds classes for teens with disabilities in St Ives on Thursdays from 

This is the first in the MyCareSpace series titled "NOW WHAT?" which is aimed at helping people who have just recevied a diagnosis and are unsure of what to do next.

The webinar which was hosted by Nicole Gamerov (CEO of MyCareSpace), covered 3 areas:

Just in case you missed our past newsletters:

Newsletter 10 - April 2019

This seems to be a tricky area for many practitoners when trying to transition their clients from deceased funding options to the NDIS. We have gathered some resources to help guide you.

We visited AVENUE's offices and also their stall at the Entertainment Quarter (Fox Studio's) market, to check out what their team members thought we should know on World Autism Day.

AUStism in the Pub - Tues 3 April
Hotel CBD, Sydney
6:00pm – 8:00pm

Ahead of World Down Syndrome Day we want to share with you this video from the

Below find the transcript of our Webinar titled Autism and the NDIS:

Recently we were asked by a member of our community for any tips on getting to sleep more easily when suffering from Fibromyalgia.

Face-to-face Programs

Cool Kids

These 1-hour workshops are developed and delivered by Anita Connell, registered music therapist and John Field, accredited speech pathologist from Speech at the Beach.

Peer Support for People with Disabilities

Why Come Along?

13WATS is the ACT Government appointed centralised booking service for wheelchair dependent passengers who wish to travel by taxi in the ACT.

Joining a Peer Support Network is a great way to build connections with people living with disability, and sometimes family members of people living with disability.

The Department of Communications and the Arts

A webinar that focuses on Autism and NDIS eligibility and access, planning for the NDIS and getting the most out of your NDIS plan.

Resources to accompany our webinar Autism and the NDIS

How does HCWA or the Better Start programs transition to the NDIS?

The Northern Beaches Council are absolutely incredible.

This letter was written by one of the mum's in our community Randa Habelrih.

GIO Summer Down Under OZ Day 10k

Manly beach is  hosting a beach access day to promote disability inclusion as a part of the Ocean Care festival. Beach access mats and beach wheelchairs will available for those who would benefit f

Ability Links and Ryde Council are hosting a free community event to celebrate Social Inclusion Week. Everyone is welcome

Its not a topic we like to talk about but self-harming can be a reality for many parents with special needs children.

Below is a summary of the different types of payments to carers. For more information follow the link below at the end of the article:

The following fact sheet has been prepared and shared with the permission of Vic Better Health:

What is the NDIS Appeals Service?