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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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  • Another Therapy Thursday and another important area to focus on – our spine (and in particular, our posture)! With so many of us heading back into offices now, HenderCare physiotherapist, Varisha, provides some quick tips to help improve your posture.

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  • Global Accessibility Awareness Day (GAAD) is today and it is all about ensuring digital platforms and organisations are creating accessible online spaces for all.
    The GAAD Foundation was started in 2001 with it’s mission to push social media to become more inclusive for those living with a disability, to not just feel included but to have a strong digital voice.

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  • National Careers Week 2022

    • May 2022

      2 mins

    At HenderCare, a major focus for our employees is on career development and a supportive environment that allows for improved individual and team wellbeing. We recognise the importance of working with employees to ensure they are provided all the necessary support to provide the best care to our clients. Something we recognise as a large

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  • Today is International Nurses Day, a day to celebrate and honour the incredible work of nurses around the world, especially their hard work since the start of COVID-19.

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  • At HenderCare, our support coordination team is on hand to assist participants new to the NDIS or those who are wanting assistance in getting the most out of their plan. To learn more about how our support coordination team can work with you to find the best services to suit your needs, click this article.

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  • This Therapy Thursday is a little different and not just because we’ve moved it to a Sunday. This Therapy ThurSUNday (see what we did there?), we want to celebrate mum’s and amazing caregivers!
    HenderCare Occupational Therapist, Nihalee, was keen to share a fun activity that works on areas such as hand-eye coordination, hand strength and bilateral coordination, all while making a thoughtful gift for the special women in our lives.

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  • Tourette Syndrome (TS) Awareness Week is recognised in the first week of May here in Australia.
    It is all about educating people on what TS is, the symptoms, the importance of quality of life for those living with TS, including the right support and resources and most importantly, understanding that TS can present very differently in each individual.

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