Disability Services Explained

  • Why You Should Choose Supported Independent Living

    13 October 2023

    As you grow older, it is natural to wish to maintain your independence in as many ways as possible. However, there are times when you may need extra support to maintain your standard of living. Supported independent living offers a superb alternative for seniors or individuals with disabilities who seek additional aid with their daily activities. It provides the necessary support while maintaining their autonomy and enhancing their quality of life.

  • 4 Features of Specialist Disability Accommodation

    5 April 2023

    Are you considering specialist disability accommodation? If so, understanding the features associated with these types of accommodations can help you make an informed decision. In this blog post, read about four features that are commonly found in specialist disability accommodation and how they can benefit those living with a disability. Feature 1: Accessibility One of the most important features of specialist disability accommodation is accessibility. This includes wheelchair access, as well as wider doorways and hallways to accommodate mobility devices.

  • Navigating the NDIS: Tips for Choosing the Right Provider and Services

    31 March 2023

    The National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) is a vital resource for people with disabilities, providing funding and support for a range of services. It is essential to ensure that you receive the services and support that you need, consider the following factors for choosing the right NDIS provider.  Choosing the Best NDIS Provider Identify Your Needs: The first step in choosing an NDIS provider is to identify your needs. What services do you require?

  • Four Ways That Disability Activity Programs Positively Impact Mental Health

    16 March 2023

    When it comes to the impact of activity programs on mental health, there are two things that matter: how much they do and how well they do it. Disability activities are an essential part of life for many people with disabilities. They can help people feel more independent, give people a sense of accomplishment and provide an outlet for their energy, creativity and curiosity. But there are other reasons why activity programs are important for our mental health too.