How to explain ‘bad behaviour’ to other parents

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Have you had tense interactions with other parents about the behaviour of your child? Read more

Why some adults are ‘picky eaters’ and what to do

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Plenty of adults are ‘picky eaters,’ but what would lead someone to be so particular? Read more

Martial arts for a person with disability

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This edition of Disability Support Guide looks at how to stay fit and independent in self-defence courses. Read more

Hosting an accessible Christmas for children with disability

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Christmas can be a difficult time for children with disability as routines change, noisy gatherings take place, and they... Read more

I think I might be neurodivergent but haven’t got a diagnosis

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In today’s society, attitudes towards accepting and diagnosing neurodivergent disorders have become a more positive and... Read more

Accessing disability support without NDIS funding

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Only about 10 percent of Australians with disability are actually National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) participants.... Read more

Top 10 sensory activities to do over the Easter holidays

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A fun sensory activity can be exactly what children need to engage, enjoy their day and learn through play. ... Read more

Tips for homeschooling a child with autism

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With COVID-19 continuing to impact education for the start of the 2022 school year, even if your child has gone back to face... Read more

How preschool can support your child with disability

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Preschool, also known as kindergarten, is a crucial time of early learning for children aged four to six. ... Read more

Autism in Adults: Signs, Diagnosis and Treatment

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While diagnosis of Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) is most often in children and toddlers, it’s possible for people to not... Read more

Receiving an autism diagnosis as an adult

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A lot of people living with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) were diagnosed as a child but sometimes the signs are so subtle... Read more

How assistance dogs can help people with disability

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Assistance dogs are working animals trained to help people with disability move around, improve health, perform general tasks... Read more

Recognising autism in boys and girls – what’s the difference?

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The current rates of autism suggest boys are four times more likely to be diagnosed with Autism spectrum disorder (ASD) than... Read more

Calming strategies to manage sensory meltdowns

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When a child or adult with disability has a meltdown, it’s hard to know what method to use to calm them down. It can be... Read more

Summer holiday activities for kids with disability

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With summer school holidays comes new routines and less structure for children with disability. Whether you’re looking... Read more