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Like with so many things in life, sometimes the right opportunity comes along at the right time, and when it does, this family’s advice is to grab them with both hands.

One of the easiest ways to describe a support coordinator is that they are kind of like an NDIS assistant.

Hi I’m Kelvin and I won the first teampossible award.
There’s no denying that the transition from school to whatever comes after can be challenging.
Whether you call it an intellectual or learning disability, there is a lot of confusion about what it actually means to have one.
How does transport wonder under the NDIS? What options are available? We answer your questions here.
We recently ran a competition where people with an intellectual disability wrote in with their biggest dreams. Unsurprisingly, the vast majority of entrants wanted to travel.
It is not common for the NDIS to stuff up a plan or a decision, but it does happen.
If you have an NDIS plan, you’ve probably noticed that the funding is broken up into three budgets, or ‘support purposes’ as they are known in NDIS speak.
In this blog, we look at some of the reasons why, and in doing so, shine a light on some of the problems people are having with the fledgling scheme.

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