Nurturing the abilities of young people with disabilities

abilities of young people with disabilities

  Life is more challenging with young people suffering from disabilities. With the advent of every passing day they face issues like social stigma, discrimination, abuse& social exclusion. This further leads to development of depression, low self-esteem, and isolation among the young people. It appears tough but it is not impossible to take charge of … Read more


Two questions formed the basis of the talk show by the strategic unit of Q1 Care   held early this month. Is the welfare of clients being maximised by NDIS service providers? Does service provision in the NDIS space require profit making for NDIS providers or businesses in the sector?

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A happy employee makes a happy client

Have you ever thought that client satisfaction partly depends on employee satisfaction. Suffice it to say, “A happy employee makes a happy client”.
Employee satisfaction is a very big role in what we do. It’s something that we live and breathe every day.

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Shedding Light on Depression!

Depression is a mental health issue, and it is not a normal consequence of aging. It is common, but it is not normal. And it’s important for all of us to know that the prevalence, meaning how many people in this group experiencing anywhere from one to 50%, probably on the higher end, depending on the studies on how to measure it, and what it can also be due to. So going from working to retirement, losing a spouse, losing a child, all those things are really can impact depression.

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