New NDIS therapy pricing limits outcomesApril 16th, 2018
Therapy Focus has condemned a recommendation made for the pricing of therapy services in an Independent Pricing Review Report endorsed by the National Disability Insurance Agency (NDIA), saying it will lead to poorer outcomes for people living with disability.
Sweet experience for girls with autismApril 11th, 2018
On Friday 5 April, the same day the United Nations met to discuss the importance of empowering women and girls with autism, the Margaret River Chocolate Company opened its doors to a group of young girls with autism, offering them a lesson in chocolate making.
‘Coding club’ harnesses unique talents of youth with autismApril 3rd, 2018
Therapy Focus Occupational Therapist Kahlia Wingfield is working with Curtin University’s Autism Academy for Software Quality Assurance (AASQA) to help young people on the Autism spectrum find employment in the area of software testing.
School holiday group gets out and aboutMarch 29th, 2018
Over the January school holidays a group of 10 children and young people with disability got out and about in the community with support from their therapists.
Help and hard work improves Troy’s literacyMarch 26th, 2018
While his peers enjoyed their six week break over summer, 13 year-old Troy, who has autism, was working hard on his reading and spelling skills.
Communication wins for Team TravisMarch 22nd, 2018
A collaboration between Therapy Focus and partner organisation Interchange has helped Travis become a happier, more confident member of his local recreation centre.
Shona’s standing tallFebruary 28th, 2018
13 year-old Shona Heard is seeing the world anew thanks to her new sit-to-stand frame.
Doors open to South West communityFebruary 26th, 2018
On Friday 23 February around 50 guests came together to celebrate the opening of Therapy Focus’ first regional office in the heart of Margaret River.
Mentoring at the Men’s ShedFebruary 23rd, 2018
A group of 18 young men living with intellectual disability have gained vital job skills through a Men’s Shed mentoring program.
From wheelchair to walkingFebruary 22nd, 2018
12 months ago 9 year-old Jaydan was completely dependent on his wheelchair and only just learning to stand independently. Today, he’s walking around the classroom and dancing through his physiotherapy sessions.