Living with a disAbility
Living with a disAbility means
- Being a person who has a disAbility
- Being a relative of someone who has a disAbility
- Being a carer of someone who has a disAbility
A disAbility is a "restriction or impairment which has or is likely to last for a period of six months or more and which restricts a person's everyday activities" Australian Institute of Health and Welfare 2013.
Managing living with disAbility can have a range of impacts on a person's health and wellbeing and reduce the capacity to carry out daily activities. If you feel this is happening to you, assistance is available here.
Up to 11 Free sessions available! - (conditions apply)
Sessions can also be purchased from your funding support packages including, Individual Support Package (ISP), Flexible Support Package, Linkages Package and NDIS package to name a few. If you holda funding package under the NDIS you may be able to use this funding to access support.