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The DSP exists to help Australians who have a permanent physical, intellectual or psychiatric condition that stops them from working

We all need a lot of skills in our day to day lives and most of us like to have as much independence as we can, to do the things we want and need to.

If you have participated in the NDIS rollout and are going through your first review read on for some handy tips to help you prepare.

As the world has changed, so too has the calibre of disability supports. A perfect example of this is disability day services. These community-minded hubs are a far cry from the institutionalised settings of old.

Sally is part of our incredible Nambour team and she won an award for her art program, the Nambour Brushers. Watch the video to find out what makes this group so special.

We all know that health and fitness is important for us to live happy and healthy lives, but how does all that work if it’s one of your NDIS goals?

For people with intellectual disability it can be really tough to find a job

Goals are a big part of NDIS plans, but they can be a bit tricky. Working out what you want to achieve and how you’ll get there is hard for most of us.

For intellectual disability and mental health, the stats aren’t good. People with intellectual disability are 3 – 5 times more likely to have a mental illness than the general population.

For world Autism Month, some of our Supported Employees wanted to let people know what they are tired of hearing.

We help you separate fact from fiction.

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