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In a world striving towards inclusivity, providing comprehensive and holistic support to individuals with disabilities has become the cornerstone of modern disability care. The days of isolated services are long gone, replaced by a more integrated approach known as collaborative care

An NDIS participant’s disability-related needs can change over time due to various factors, such as changes in health, circumstances, or life goals.As individuals grow and develop, their support requirements may evolve, necessitating a plan reassessment to ensure that the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) continues to provide appropriate assistance.

One of the most important aspects of ensuring a high quality of life for individuals with disabilities is to provide them with accessible and functional homes.The National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) recognises the importance of inclusive living spaces and provides support for home modifications tailored to the specific needs of participants.

Occupational therapists are healthcare professionals who focus on assisting individuals of all ages and backgrounds to develop, maintain, or regain the skills necessary for meaningful and purposeful participation in everyday activities. Depending on their specialisation and professional scope, numerous occupational therapists offer services funded by the NDIS to participants