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Meet Lucy.

Lucy has recently joined HenderCare as the Service Delivery Manager in SA. We sat down with her to learn about her role, how she got into the industry and her favourite thing to do on the weekend.

Here at HenderCare we understand COVID-19 has changed the way many of us go about our daily lives. For so many NDIS participants, particularly those living in areas with active COVID-19 cases, it has become increasingly important Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) is easily accessible to ensure protection for both participants and workers.

The NDIA have recently put in place temporary measures to protect both participants and workers and ensure participants have continued access to PPE without it impacting on their budgets.

Following the completion of the Annual Price Review to determine NDIS pricing arrangements for the 2020-21 financial year, the NDIA has published the NDIS Price Guide and Support Catalogue 2020-21. 

At HenderCare we would like to remind people we have a zero tolerance policy towards abuse, neglect and violence of those in the disability sector.

NDIS: explained

February, 2020

If you have any questions about the NDIS, this short video should help fill in those gaps. 
 

"The truth is, when it comes down to it, it actually makes life worth living."

HenderCare's Disability Ambassador, Rachael Leahcar, recently met with inspiring client, Mandy, to talk about the impact HenderCare's services have had in her life since leaving hospital after an accident. 

October marks Down Syndrome Awareness Month, and with over 13,000 Australians living with the condition, HenderCare has recently forged a philanthropic partnership with Down Syndrome Australia to help support advocacy networks for those living with Down syndrome.

Mandy De Cesare is HenderCare’s National Allied Health Services Manager. As an Occupational Therapist herself, Mandy has 29 years’ experience in assisting people living with disability and older persons.

In this short Q&A Mandy sits down to explain why HenderCare is now offering allied health services and delves deeper into the range of services on offer.

Thomasina (Tommie) Williams is a member of HenderCare’s Allied Health team. Working as our Senior Play Therapist, Tommie sat down to explain what play therapy is and how it can benefit children with a disability. In this brief Q&A, she covers the basics of play therapy and provides parents and caregivers with some tips about what to look for when selecting a play therapist.

HenderCare's disability ambassador, Rachael Leahcar recently sat down with one of our fantastic clients, Liam and his mum, Gemma. Watch to learn more about the services HenderCare provides in the community.