Keeping Sane
Feeling alone and isolated when you are a parent and /or carer of a person with a disability seems to be the common thread we all have. At some time in our journey, the impact of our family situation hits us extremely hard and the realisation that this is our life creates an avalanche of…

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What self-advocacy means to Fran
After suffering a stroke Fran faced battles that had her thinking her life was over and had her arranging for services to come to her instead of going out of her house. When she attended a workshop by Brain Injury Matters and listened to a lady speak she realised that people with acquired brain injuries could…

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The A to Z of the NDIS
We at P2P have compiled our A to Z of the NDIS. A – access requirements The criteria someone must meet to become a participant in the NDIS. The access requirements are: Age: under 65 years. Residency: live in Australia and be an Australian citizen or have paperwork letting you live here permanently. Disability: your…

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Guy talking on the phone
In today’s busy world where we are using email for most of our communication, it’s very easy to send a quick email outlining the conditions of agreements and decisions that have been made.  For example – you might send an email to another person stating that you will do something in a particular way for…

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