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Autism & Select Therapy

By Joe-admin | Dec 4, 2018 | 0 Comments

Autism & Select Therapy. A way forward 5 December 2018 By Brendan Dunphy, BLD Communication In this blog we are keen to identify the value of therapy for those on the autism spectrum. While our primary focus will be on Occupational Therapy (OT), we will also introduce some other known and lesser known therapies being…

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Living with and letting go: A parent’s story on autism

By Joe-admin | Nov 21, 2018 | 0 Comments

Living with and letting go: A parent’s story on autism   21st November 2018 By Brendan Dunphy, BLD Communication In this blog, we are delighted to provide a real-life story of a family and their trials, tribulations, successes, failures, emotional challenges and ultimately, an unrequited joy of raising an autistic child to adulthood. In the…

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Autism:  A parent’s perspective

By Joe-admin | Oct 31, 2018 | 0 Comments

Autism:  A parent’s perspective     31st  of  October, 2018 By Brendan Dunphy, BLD Communication For those following our blogs, you will know we have been providing solution-based insights on areas in and around the NDIS, as well as more practical applications such as securing the best service providers for your needs. We are now keen…

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National Carers Week

By Joe-admin | Oct 16, 2018 | 0 Comments

National Carers Week – get involved! 17th of  October, 2018 By Brendan Dunphy, BLD Communication         As we highlighted in our July blog, recognising the contribution carers make to our community is, quite simply, essential.  There are more than 2.7 million carers engaged in Australia across multiple care areas and at the highest…

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Assistive Technology

By Joe-admin | Oct 3, 2018 | 0 Comments
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Assistive technology (AT): Easy to understand & easy to benefit from 3rd of October, 2018 By Brendan Dunphy, BLD Communication   We’ll begin this article by putting some clarity around what assistive technology (AT) actually is, look at key AT areas and finally, how it can benefit you as part of your potential or existing…

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NDIS Service Providers:  Yes, you have a choice!

By Joe-admin | Sep 19, 2018 | 0 Comments

NDIS Service Providers:  Yes, you have a choice!   19th of September, 2018 By Brendan Dunphy, BLD Communication Following our last article on learning about and choosing service providers as part of your NDIS plan, we were keen to follow this with clarification on your choices in regard to selecting registered and/or non-registered providers and…

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The NDIS journey, Identifying and engaging your service choices

By Joe-admin | Sep 5, 2018 | 0 Comments

The NDIS journey, Identifying and engaging your service choices 5th of September, 2018 By Brendan Dunphy, BLD Communication While hard to believe, the NDIS has just celebrated its 5th birthday. Sadly, there still remains confusion and indeed, public misinformation around the NDIS with much of this related to the choosing and engaging of appropriate service…

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Sensory Processing Disorder

By Joe-admin | Aug 22, 2018 | 0 Comments

Sensory Processing Disorder, They’re not uncommon and they can be managed! 22nd of August, 2018 By Brendan Dunphy, BLD Communication     To use a more technical term, Sensory Processing Disorder or (SPD), is essentially a neurological condition that can impair the sensory functioning skills of both children and adults. People with SPD – and of…

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Housing for People with Disability

By Joe-admin | Aug 8, 2018 | 0 Comments

Housing for People with Disability   8th of August, 2018 by Brendan Dunphy, BLD Communication    Like the housing availability challenges facing those in Sydney’s overheated and indeed overpriced market, so are the housing availability challenges facing those with disability. To put scope around this topic and give some base information to those currently seeking…

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Welcome to the NADO Blog!

By Joe-admin | Jul 25, 2018 | 4 Comments

Welcome to the NADO Blog 25th of July, 2018 by Brendan Dunphy, BLD Communication   Over the next six months, we will be creating a series of fortnightly articles we hope will enlighten, educate and empower the lives of not only those with disability, but the families and carers that love and support them. So…

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