Why online learning is great for people with intellectual disability
If there was ever a time to embrace online learning, this is it.
At the height of COVID restrictions, we had to temporarily close some of our services and that meant a change in routine for many of our customers, which was difficult.
3 ways the NDIS is changing for the betterWe love the NDIS and have seen firsthand what a big and beautiful impact it has had on the lives of people with disability in Australia. Most participants are with us on this - according to the latest quarterly report over 90% of NDIS participants are satisfied with the NDIS.
Should I say “disabled” or “person with disability”? A guide to person first language
We often get people asking us whether to say ‘disabled person’ or ‘person with disability’. and it’s a tricky one to answer because there’s no hard and fast rule. It essentially comes down to what the people you are referring to prefer
Why accessible housing mattersWe’re passionate about supporting people with disability to live as independently as possible, so we’re kinda obsessed with making sure our houses suit the people who choose to call them home.
Mental health, intellectual disability and a global pandemic: Pandemic Resources to help parents and carers
It’s been a stressful year. Not only are we grappling with a global health crisis, but experts are warning of a potential mental health crisis too.
People with intellectual disability are more likely to develop a mental health disorder than people without intellectual disability – and we would hate to see this group get left out of the conversation.
What is Intellectual Disability?
Intellectual disability is a life-long disability that can make it difficult for people to learn, communicate and problem solve. It is a spectrum and can impact people in a variety of different ways.