NDIS Internal Review Workshop FAQs Part Three

NDIS Internal Review Workshop FAQs Part Three

The third part of the NDIS Internal Review Workshop FAQs has been available. In this video, Jade shares her experiences of Case Conferences and discusses the topic with the top five questions from that session. The Case Conference is an essential step in accessing...
Finding your confidence on the days when you really feel disabled

Finding your confidence on the days when you really feel disabled

Our latest podcast episode of Have the Nerve is out. In the final episode of 2022, Susan and Emily focus on finding our confidence when we really feel disabled. How to build up confidence is a general question. Still, we know we have to face additional challenges as...
Aimee Fisher: Adaptation and Determination

Aimee Fisher: Adaptation and Determination

How do you cope and look to the future when, as a 16 year old, a freak gymnastics accident results in a spinal cord injury and being told you will never walk again? This was the reality for Newcastle teenager Aimee Fisher in December 2017. Now nearly five years later...
NeuroMoves shows the Power of Exercise and Movement

NeuroMoves shows the Power of Exercise and Movement

With over 20,000 Australians living with a spinal cord injury, the NeuroMoves program is innovative and evidence-based to help improve lives. In this post, we’ll take you through the ins and outs of the program. During which this post will show you how it can...
Healthcare Transition for Youth with SCI

Healthcare Transition for Youth with SCI

Every young people needs to move from a child/family-centred model of health care to an adult/patient-centred model of health care. The healthcare transition process may require more special attention for youth with SCI. But using some proven and cognitive strategies,...
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