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Inclusive and Joyful Activities for Adults with Disabilities

It’s no secret that enjoying a range of leisure activities can help improve our happiness and wellbeing. Most of us, throughout our life, enjoy getting involved in one activity or another. Those activities may change at different stages in life and we also often come across something we might like to try but for one […]

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How to Choose the Right Support Provider under the NDIS

In 2013, the Australian government introduced the very first national program for people with disability – the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS). Through the provision of funding to eligible participants, it aims to connect people with disability to services in their community so that they can have access to new skills and jobs, gain more

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The Benefits of Art and Music Therapy for People with Disabilities

Do you know that art and music have therapeutic value for people with disability? From improving motor and cognitive function to decreasing agitation and enhancing reality orientation, art and music do wonders in improving the quality of life of people with disability. Today, we are going to explore the amazing things that art and music

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How to Deal with Resistance to In-Home Care Services from Aging Parents

Most people want to stay in the comforts of their own home when they grow older. However, dealing with day-to-day activities will become increasingly challenging to a point where external assistance is required. Many seniors would welcome the extra help in the form of home-care services (so long as they get to continue staying at

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Creating A Safe and Accessible Home Environment for People with Disabilities

Are you or someone you are living with have a physical disability? Your home may need modifications to make it safe and accessible to live in. You see, people with physical, sensory or cognitive disability face challenges that make it difficult for them to navigate their surroundings. Home modifications can help address these challenges by

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The Importance of Emotional Support for Seniors and Caregivers

When it comes to caregiving for a family member (oftentimes an elderly/senior), many focuses predominantly on their physical needs. For instance, driving them to their medical appointments, prepping and cooking nutritious meals, helping them with bathing and getting dressed etc. Many, however, fail to recognise and address the emotional needs of a senior loved one.

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How to Manage Your NDIS Plan Budget Effectively

As a participant in the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS), you will be allocated a corresponding budget once your plan is approved after all initial assessments are done. Although your plan will designate specific categories as to where funds can be utilised, you get to choose where, when and how they are spent. It is

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How to Stay Mentally Healthy as A Person with A Disability

Everyone struggles with mental wellbeing every now and then. Fear, anger, frustration, disappointment, helplessness… these are common emotions that every human being will experience in their life. However, people with disability do experience higher levels of psychological distress than people without disability. If left unattended, these struggles can lead to long-term mental health concerns that

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How to Create a Daily Routine for Seniors Receiving In-Home Care Services

For seniors who have retired, continuing living at home and having a set of routines to follow daily is vital. If your beloved senior is receiving in-home care services, this is even more important because it means they have, to a certain extent, deteriorating physical and cognitive functioning. Having a daily routine that they can

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