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Too often we hear how daunting plan meetings can be, but with the proper preparation, they don't have to be. Coming prepared to an NDIS plan meeting will significantly increase the chances of receiving the funding you need and the outcomes you desire. It is particularly crucial to be able to communicate your needs and advocate your goals effectively. Below are five key tips from our experienced disability services team to increase your chances of a successful outcome.
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A clean home and garden holds much more value than merely keeping up appearances. Unfortunately, it's not always easy to reap those benefits, with strenuous labour and its time-consuming nature. With years of experience and first-hand knowledge, we'll share 5 reasons why keeping your house and garden in order is more than a sight for sore eyes.
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One of the many benefits of joining the NDIS family is the freedom and choice of managing your funding. Amongst the prep and overwhelming paperwork leading up to your plan meeting, it's easy to neglect this aspect of your NDIS...
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A couple of months ago, AlliedHealth had the opportunity of helping transform the lives of one of our participants in Sydney. When you meet John* and see his home today, you would have never thought that he had lived isolated in squalor and hoarding conditions, moreover in a state of neglect. Today John possesses more self-confidence and demonstrates a willingness to participate in new life experiences, develop life skills and a drive to regain control in his life.

 

*Some names and identifying details have been changed to protect the privacy of individuals.

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Winter is coming! With that brings ringing bells of neverending sniffles, coughs and sneezes ushered in by cold and flu season. While that sweet symphony is all too reminiscent, this is the first time we'll be experiencing cold and flu season during the COVID-19 pandemic. Hence its especially crucial right now that we prepare to reduce the chance of catching a virus and the spread of infection.
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