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Search results for "Living with a disability"Found 97 results

97 trusted resources for Living with a disability

  1. Living with a disability

    Women's and Children's Health Network

    Having a disability means that a person is not able to do something that other people of their age and community can do because of something about their body.

  2. Disability - living with someone who has a disability

    Women's and Children's Health Network

    Being disabled means not being able to do things that other people of the same age can do.

  3. Living with disability - children

    Novita Children's Services

    This page introduces sub-pages that provide information about many of the common issues experienced by children with physical disabilities.

  4. Living with disability - parents and carers

    Novita Children's Services

    This page introduces other sub-pages devoted to many of the common issues experienced by parents, carers and families of children with physical disability.

  5. Disability

    Novita Children's Services

    This page provides basic information about disabilities that occur most commonly for clients registered for services with Novita.

  6. Intellectually Disabled

    CareSearch

    The life expectancy of people with a learning disability has increased. This means that many are living into old age with diseases such as cancer or dementia. This also means that if they are not ill themselves, they may have a family member who is seriously ill.

  7. Disability in Australia: multiple disabilities and need for assistance

    Australian Institute of Health and Welfare (AIHW)

    The number and type of disabilities a person has is highly related to the severity of disability and need for assistance. This report examines the severity of disability and complex support needs of people with multiple disabilities in Australia.

  8. Children with a disability

    Women's and Children's Health Network

    Finding out that your child has a disability, whether at birth or after an illness or accident, is one of the most shattering things that can happen to parents.

  9. Daily living skills

    Novita Children's Services

    Daily living skills are explained and information is provided about how a child with a physical disability can be helped to learn these skills. The situation where a child is dependent for most day-to-day activities is also addressed.

  10. Children with a disability

    RealTime Health

    Personal stories and patient experiences of health and illness. First-hand insights and coping strategies for patients, carers, colleagues and family.

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