Getting Started with the NDIS Book 1

A guide for parents raising children with a recent, or yet to be diagnosed, disability, developmental delay, autism, genetic, chronic medical and/or health condition.

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First Steps Booklet

A guide for parents raising a child with a recent, or yet to be confirmed, diagnosis of disability, developmental delay, genetic, chronic medical and/or health condition.

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Emergency Care Plan

Keep important information about your child in one place and make it easy for someone else to take over from you quickly if you are unable to care for them for any reason. Download and save this document to your device and edit and update the document as your child’s needs and arrangements change.

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Step-by-Step Checklist to Getting Organised

A plan of action for parents of a child with a recent, or yet to be confirmed, diagnosis of disability, developmental delay, genetic, chronic medical and/or health condition.  To be read in conjunction with Kalparrin’s First Steps Guide.

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Next Steps booklet

A practical guide for families raising a child with a disability, developmental delay, genetic, chronic medical or health condition.

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There’s no such thing as a silly question

A practical guide for families living with a child with chronic illness, disability, mental illness or a life-threatening condition.

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Autism Parents’ Handbook – 2020/21 Edition

Your essential guide to services and support in Western Australia.

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Your Guide To Perth Children’s Hospital

This guide as it will help you get to know PCH and the services and facilities we provide.

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I Am Trying to Tell You Something!

A useful guide from DDWA for parents and carers supporting adults who can behave in challenging ways.

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Kick-Starting Your Child’s Career Journey

This updated guide by Sue Robertson, former Managing Director of Edge Employment Solutions, provides practical tips and information to help families plan constructively for their child’s future employment.

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Help to Get Your Voice Heard

DDWA’s specialist advocacy service supports people of all ages who have developmental disability and complex needs to have their voices heard to address and resolve issues in a variety of areas such as health, education, disability services (including NDIS and access to), justice (including guardianship), recreation and housing.

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