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Why People with disabilities need choice and control within NDIS providers

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May10
If you have a disability, I guess you would feel like you are always fighting a battle when in a disability care system. This is not a battle that everyone expects you to have about your struggles or disabilities, no… this is one of the battles that you may hide.

10 ways to stay active in winter

10 Ways to Stay Active in Winter

Finding it hard to get out of bed with the cold weather? Need a good rainy day activity? As winter fast approaches, moving your body can be a challenge. But with a bit of creativity and planning, there are plenty of enjoyable activities that can help you stay active, healthy,

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6 accessible activities for Easter

Easter is a wonderful opportunity to get away from your usual routine, spend time with your loved ones, and enjoy a well-earned rest. Before you start planning your long weekend, here are six accessible activity ideas so that everyone can have a great time, no matter their ability. 1. Hunt

10 ways to Show Care this Valentine’s Day

10 ways to Show Care this Valentine’s Day

Flowers and chocolates aside, Valentine’s Day isn’t just about romance; it’s also a great opportunity to show care and appreciation for those around you. As a home care provider, our teams see the wonderful impact that acts of kindness can have – from big things like providing ongoing care for

Ten Summer Safety Tips for Seniors

Ten Summer Safety Tips for Seniors

Summer is a great time to enjoy fun activities but it’s important to stay safe, especially if you’re spending time outdoors. Here are ten tips on how to look after yourself or your loved one this summer. Drink plenty of water. As we age, we become more susceptible to hydration

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Tips to prevent carer burnout

Tips to prevent carer burnout There are 2.65 million unpaid carers in Australia dedicating their time and energy to supporting a loved one. It’s a deeply rewarding role, but it can also be physically and emotionally draining. If you don’t take precautions, you can experience exhaustion, stress, and even burnout.

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