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Care for Caregivers

Care for Caregivers

The decision to be a caregiver for a family member is often made from both love and necessity.  Once you have accepted the diagnosis and processed the realities of your new situation, the day-to-day of being a caregiver can be relentless and, at times, lonely....

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All About Aphasia

All About Aphasia

What is Aphasia? The recent announcement by actor Bruce Willis’ family has put aphasia into the news cycle and with it brought heightened awareness and interest in this condition.  Bruce Willis is not the first celebrity to present with aphasia, this Everyday Health...

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Top Tips to Communicate with Nonverbal Children

Top Tips to Communicate with Nonverbal Children

We communicate without words each day without thinking about it.  A raised eyebrow when a question could be asked, the fall in your shoulders when something disappointing happens, a look of surprise when caught off guard…. the list goes on.  We can show the full range...

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What Qualifications Do I Need?

What Qualifications Do I Need?

What qualifications do I need to have to become a disability support worker in Australia? If you love caring for other people, take pride in making meaningful human connections, and want to make a difference to the community, then look no further than a career as a...

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How To Choose The Right Support Worker?

How To Choose The Right Support Worker?

5 Tips To Help Choose The RIGHT Support Worker Finding the right support worker can have a big impact on your social, mental, and physical wellbeing. It’s important to take your time when searching for a new support worker and to be reassured that they will work well...

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Inclusive Playgrounds For All Abilities

Inclusive Playgrounds For All Abilities

Taking the family to the local park is a favourite pastime for so many Australian families. Spaces where children can play, make new friends, explore, and of course burn off that extra energy! But unfortunately most playgrounds are not inclusive or accessible for...

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Let’s Talk About Invisible Disabilities

Let’s Talk About Invisible Disabilities

Often when we think of someone living with a disability, we think of those with ‘visible’ physical disabilities like those requiring wheelchairs or a guide dog. But there are also lots of other disabilities, invisible disabilities, that aren’t so easy to identify....

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