NDIS

The National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS)

 

The NDIS provides people with disabilities with the support they need to live an ordinary life.
Unlike previous systems, the NDIS provides people with disabilities with the choice of how, when, and where that support is delivered to them. NDIS participants are in the driver’s seat and can choose what works best for them.

To be eligible to get help from the NDIS you must meet some criteria.

  • You must have a permanent disability that significantly affects your ability to take part in everyday activities;
  • You must be under 65 years old;
  • You must be an Australian citizen or hold a permanent visa or hold a Special Protected Category visa.

If you think you meet these criteria your first step is to call the NDIS on 1800 800 110 or apply to join the NDIS.

Once the NDIS has received and processed your Access Request Form, a Local Area Coordinator will contact you to arrange a planning meeting. While you are waiting for the Coordinator to call you, it is a good idea to start thinking about what support you need and what you would like in your plan.

If you feel that you need help to gather your thoughts for that meeting, you are welcome to contact us. We gladly help!
Read more about NDIS here!

Online Therapy

Online Therapy

 

Since the outbreak of the Coronavirus pandemic, we are offering online therapy with great results!

Wherever you are, you now can interact with us from your computer.

If you are thinking of engaging with us via your computer, please download ZOOM here.

Zoom is the leader in modern enterprise video communications, with an easy, reliable cloud platform for video and audio interaction.

ASD (Autism Spectrum Disorder) Communication Workshop for Parents

ASD (Autism Spectrum Disorder) Communication Workshop for Parents

Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) is a a neuro-developmental disorder that can cause significant social, communication, and behavioral challenges for the sufferer as well as the parents of the child.
Parents of children with autism experience more stress than parents of typical-developing children which can put stress on their marriage, other children, work, finances, and personal relationships and responsibilities.
This workshop is designed to give parents a better understanding of ASD and provides practical tools and skills that will enable them to improve the communication with their child and reduce the stress of caring for them.
The workshop is based on experiential learning and parents will go through various exercises, designed to challenge their communication style, behaviour and thinking.
Although this workshop is beneficial for parents and carers of ASD children, health professionals are welcome to join.

Coaching

Coaching

We offer individual Coaching for people with disabilities and mental challenges.

Our interventions focus on getting results fast!

The challenge may include autism, relaxation, self-knowledge, problem solving, depression, anxiety, career choice, communication skills, confidence / self-esteem, presentation / appearance, self-harm, relationships, for example.

When the child is under the care of a parent/carer, we focus on involving the parent/caregiver and family members.

In some instances, we may recommend group coaching for the family unit.

To establish if you are a good fit for coaching, please contact us.

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