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  • This Therapy Thursday is all about gratitude.
    Gratitude Jars are a fun, artistic, and hands-on way for children to practice gratitude.
    In this activity, each child will create a special jar where they save gratitude statements at the end of the day.

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  • For those in Western Australia, HenderCare’s allied health services now have the capacity for referrals in speech pathology, occupational therapy and allied health assistants.

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  • Did you know each year, 700,000 people living with diabetes experience mental or emotional health challenges? Stigma can significantly impact a person’s mental health and ability to manage their diabetes. We spoke with our Dietician, Natalie, about the stigma around diabetes and nutrition.  

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  • National NAIDOC Week 2022

    • July 2022

      1 min

    National NAIDOC Week celebrations are held across Australia in the first week of July each year to celebrate and recognise the history, culture and achievements of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.

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  • Echolalia is repeating words, phrases, or sentences heard from others. Echolalia commonly occurs in individuals with autism and is especially noticeable as these individuals develop their language skills.

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  • Support Coordination in WA

    • June 2022

      2 mins

    HenderCare’s Support Coordination team has recently expanded with Kelly, an experienced and qualified Support Coordinator.

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  • Navigating the NDIS can be overwhelming for many families and individuals.
    At HenderCare, our plan management team can assist you in dealing with all the aspects of managing your NDIS funding, including invoices and paperwork and they will work with you, your chosen provider(s) and the NDIA to find the best plan for you.
    To learn more about how the services assist NDIS participants in their day to day lives, click this article.

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  • Nunga Oog is a new symbol introduced by the Office of the Guardian for Children and Young People and acts as a reflection and representative of the Aboriginal children and young people living in care. To read more about Nunga Oong, click the article.

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  • It would be fair to say many of us love chocolate and wouldn’t we all like to make some more time for mindfulness? Why not combine the two for this week’s Therapy Thursday idea!
    We spoke with HenderCare Senior Occupational Therapist Alice Zubrinich this week about a favourite exercise of hers, mindfulness.
    Click this article to learn more about this mindfulness exercise that allows you to find a sense of calm whilst also enjoying a chocolate treat.

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  • HenderCare’s Support Coordination team has recently expanded with an experienced and qualified Support Coordinator Nikita Pillay. Nikita will be providing Support Coordination in the Victoria office and will be able to provide Support Coordination to participants located in Metro and Regional parts of Victoria.

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