Category: NDIS

All You Need To Know About Heat Rash: NDIS Provider’s Guidance

As the summer has arrived once again, heat rash will be on the cards for many Australians. Heat rash — sometimes called prickly heat is a harmless but very itchy skin rash. It causes small red spots in places where sweat collects, such as the armpits, back, under the breasts, chest, groin, crooks of elbows and knees, and the waist. Here what our NDIS providers used to say about this irritating disease. It happens when your body sweats more than usual, so it is usual to get it during the summer months or when you are in a hot climate. Symptoms of Read More

Child Speech Therapy: NDIS Provider’s Tips

If you are treating your child with a specialist like speech pathologist, they will likely give you a big list of activities and games you can play each day to build on their therapy sessions. Obviously, these activities are quite essential. If your child is finding it hard to do by him/herself, you can help them guide in it. Let Your Child Make the Choice Let your child’s interests help him/her out. Allow them to choose a toy of his/her choice. Once he/she makes a choice ask him/her to express what is so unique about the toy or what makes Read More

What You Need to Know About Austism

Autism is an invisible disability that affects how people make sense of the world around them, and the communications and interactions they have. Most disability care services have encountered children suffering from autism during their home disability care services Sydney. Causes What does and doesn’t cause autism? Autism is strongly genetic. Families that have one child with autism are at an increased risk of having another child with autism when compared with the general population. Research suggests it is a combination of developmental, genetic and environmental factors. It cannot be blamed on one single factor, but several of them. Older parents (45 years Read More