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How To Prepare For Your NDIS Plan Review

How To Prepare For Your NDIS Plan Review

If you are a part of the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) then you may be aware that there is an annual review that will help ensure that your plan is meeting your needs. It may be a little nerve-racking at first to go through an NDIS review, but it’s

How to Help Your Loved One Navigate the Home Care Package Process

How to Help Your Loved One Navigate the Home Care Package Process

Everyone likes to think that they’ll continue leading independent lifestyles as they age. For most people, there’s no reason why that goal cannot be a reality. However, some people may need care and support as they get older to continue having independence and freedom. While some relatives, especially children, may

Why It's Important to Care for the Carers

Why It’s Important to Care for the Carers

It’s no secret that providing home care for a loved one is no mean feat. And when you provide 24/7 in home care for a relative with a physical or mental disability (or both), the job can be even more challenging and demanding. The sad truth is that the ‘silent

Why respite care matters

Why respite care matters

Caring for another person is one of the most valuable unpaid jobs you can do, whether you are supporting someone with a disability, mental illness, chronic disease or who is frail aged. It can also be a tiring, stressful and overwhelming task. If you don’t regularly take time out from

Compassionate care gives Geoffrey a voice

Compassionate care gives Geoffrey a voice

Art is a great way to explore our emotions and relate to the outside world. Someone who knows this well is Geoffrey, a resident at Soteria Independent Living’s home in Edmonson Park, a suburb in Sydney’s south-west. Every Monday morning, the 42-year-old enjoys taking part in creativity sessions with his

Helping others can sometimes be the best medicine

Helping others can sometimes be the best medicine

Cooking bacon on the barbie is one of Marcus’ favourite things to do on a Thursday morning. This isn’t just his typical breakfast. Marcus is a volunteer cook for Survivor’s R Us: a charity that supports people experiencing domestic violence, homelessness and unemployment. A few times a week, the organisation

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