Would you know what to do in a fall-risk situation?
While falls and stumbles might seem like an innocuous occurrence, when your mobility is compromised, for some, a fall can lead to unpleasant injuries – with the risks of fractur
Life Notes: Invisible Disabilities
In Australia, approximately 1 in 5 people have a disability. Some of these may be known and some of these may have been kept hidden for various reasons that may or may not be up to the individual.
Amy’s Health Corner: The importance of social inclusion
In recent years events such as Ability Fest have improved inclusion, and are a wonderful celebration of diversity of ability.
Welcome to Amy’s Health Corner
This month in CP Diaries, I spoke about Preventative Healthcare, something I’m passionate about promoting to our community.
Everything you need to know about Tube Feeding
Tube feeding involves any way of feeding an individual ‘enterally’ or through a tube. The main two mechanisms are through a Nasogastric tube or a Percutaneous Endoscopic Gastrostomy, better known as a PEG.
The counsellor putting a disabled lens on mental health
When Thea Keane noticed a gap in the counselling and therapeutic services that cater to the disabled community, she recognised a golden opportunity to bring her lived experience with cerebral palsy into the equation.
Unregistered NDIS Providers and independent Workers. What are they, and are they worth it?
Despite all the benefits created, it was only a matter of time before new providers would attempt to offer profit-driven cost-cutting alternatives to participants.