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Surviving the heat

There are a range of reasons people’s bodies don’t cope well with the heat. Some medications, such as blood pressure medication, antidepressants, antihistamines and more can interfere with a person’s ability to manage hotter weather. As we get older we don’t perspire...

What do the funding categories mean?

One of the first things we recommend you do when you receive your NDIS plan is to read through it thoroughly and make sure that you understand what you are funded for – but how can you understand that when you don’t quite understand what the categories mean? Core...

What if I’m not happy with my NDIS plan?

So you've received your NDIS plan, and you're disappointed with what you're covered for. Maybe the home modifications you need have been declined, or you haven't been allocated enough care funding. While it is disappointing to not get everything you applied for in...

Do your own research

After a diagnosis just when you need clear answers the most, many parents, carers or patients are thrown into a world of evidence-based vs non evidence-based therapies, and told to “do your own research”. This is hard to when you've been hit by a wave of information,...

How to find a hobby

Finding the right hobby for you can be tricky. Many people leave hobbies behind in childhood, and then never quite figure out how to get back to spending weekend afternoons engrossed in a good book, or letting it all out in drama class. Many people may also feel...

Plastic straws: an endangered species?

Plastic straws are becoming increasingly scarce in cafes and bars. Even McDonald’s has committed to phasing out plastic straws across Australia by 2020. For many, this is a sign that big business is finally hearing the rallying cry against single-use plastics. But for...

School’s out, now what?

Leaving school and figuring out what to do next is a process most people go through, and it’s hard for everyone. If you’re considering getting some help because of a disability, there are a few extra things you need to think about. Here we have tried to give you a...

How to impress in a job interview

Let’s face it, there are few things as nerve-wracking and anxiety-inducing like a job interview. You’ve passed the initial email and phone screening, and now it’s time to meet an actual person, one who might hold your career aspirations in the palm of their hand. You’re also living with a disability, and the daily challenges you face might mean you’re feeling even less confident.

Managing your money

It can be hard knowing where to start when it comes to creating your own budget. We have so many outgoings that it can be difficult to track exactly where all of our money goes. Setting up a budget for the first time can often be quite overwhelming, and can be...

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