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Disability

Understanding NDIS WA

NDIS WA NDIS WA – In Western Australia there are several services which are dedicated to supporting people a with disability including the:   National Disability Insurance Service (NDIS)   WA National Disability Insurance Service (WA NDIS)   Disability Services through the Disability Services Commission of WA (DSC) In different WA regions, services formerly run by … Read more

Caring for Someone with Dementia

Caring for someone with dementia can be both physically and emotionally challenging. Dementia can influence a person’s behaviour including wandering, depression, anxiety or agitated states, aggression, hallucinations and false ideas, and loss of inhibition. Undoubtedly, it is a big responsibility and may affect your lifestyle choices. This may lead you to feel stressed and anxious. … Read more

Living with someone who has Bipolar

Support in bipolar disorder recovery is important. People with bipolar disorder do better when they have support from family members and friends. Those whose loved ones are involved and supportive tend to recover more quickly, experience fewer manic and depressive episodes, and have milder symptoms. Tips for coping with bipolar disorder in the family Accept … Read more

Reconnecting With Your Community

Ability to be involved in our local community is something that most people take for granted. Making connections, developing friendships and gaining a sense of participation and contribution are things that are assumed to be available to everyone. Connecting to a community you have not been a part of because of long-term illness or disability, or, … Read more

Disability, depression and inclusion

Disability can affect the way a person connects to and interacts with their community. Often this means that a person with a disability may feel they are not included in or part of their local community or larger society. These feelings of disconnection and exclusion can lead to anxiety and depression as the person feels unable … Read more

Do I need counselling?

Have you recently thought to yourself – do I need counselling? Joyce Breasure, past president of the American Counseling Association and a professional counselor, recommends counselling when you: Spend 5 out of 7 days feeling unhappy Regularly cannot sleep at night Are taking care of a parent or a child and the idea crosses your … Read more

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Perth
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Equus Building Plaza
Suite 169
Level 4
580 Hay St
Perth WA 6000

Rockingham
Office

Baldivis Medical Centre
6/7 Minden Lane
Baldivis WA 6171
Rockingham Western Australia

Midland
Office

Midland Junction Lotteries House
39 Helena Street
Midland WA 6056
Western Australia

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