Specialist Supports and Services resources

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Please note: Some resources below make reference to Disability Care. These resources were developed prior to the name change to National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS)


These resources were designed to assist participants in the selection or management of specialist supports and services

Occupational Therapy Australia Website explaining Allied Health Services

A website explaining the different types of allied health services, qualifications and what people can expect from their allied health professional.

 

Ability Technology Ltd Website on assistive technology

An interactive website to help people with disability explore assistive technology options. This online tool provides participants, families and carers with Assistive Technology options and links those options to suppliers.

 

Monash University Videos explaining AHP and GP  services

Videos to help people with disabilities understand more about GPs and Allied Health Professionals

 

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Published Date: 

8 December 2014