Anyone who currently utilises a disability support worker or services for elderly living at home, may already understand that good support can be hard to find. Are all home care services the same?
Generally speaking, as we get older and less mobile, our ability to travel anywhere and join in community activities can become increasingly difficult. Therefore, due to this and many other contributing factors, our
Participating in games, brain challenges and puzzles is a fun and social way for seniors to help offset the effects of dementia and Alzheimer’s. Games bring people together, encourage strategic and creative
This week is National Carers Week, where communities around Australia acknowledge, celebrate and appreciate carers who are unpaid and looking after friends or family who need assistance due to disability, illness or ageing.
With World Mental Health Day just a few days ago, the topic of mental health and its implications on the individual as well as the wider community is in the spotlight. Mental health
Today (Sunday 6th October) is World Cerebral Palsy Day, so to help raise awareness and spread information on the condition, we are sharing some details about Cerebral Palsy (CP) which might surprise you.