The World Health Organization (WHO) recently released its recommended guidelines for play, screen time and sleep in 0-5 year-olds. Advanced Physiotherapists, Dan Prigmore, summarises the guidelines, providing key takeaways for parents and carers.
For 17 year-old Jasmin Pradhan, writing is a powerful way to share experiences of being autistic. Her latest story, The Kitchen, is a reflection on a recent experience assisting with the catering for a school event.
Support Coordination is assistance to help you implement the supports you need to achieve the goals in your NDIS Plan. Therapy Focus Support Coordinator Kiki Veron outlines the role of the Support Coordinator and how they can help you maximise your NDIS plan.
Are you moving from the Western Australian managed National Disability Insurance Scheme (WA NDIS) to the federally run scheme? If you are accessing services from Therapy Focus there will be some changes to your service agreement.
Change can be daunting, especially for children with disability going through key life transitions such as starting kindy, going primary school or moving into high school. In this blog post you’ll find answers to some of the more frequently asked questions to get you started on the right path to a smooth transition.
With the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) rolling out in WA, people are asking whether dietetic services can be accessed using NDIS funding. Therapy Focus Dietitian Maddie Todd outlines how dietetics can be accessed under the NDIS and the types of support available.