September 26, 2018
DAPA Editor

NEWSLETTER (August 2018)

NDIS–Transition to Mental Disability Support

Many mental patients have suffered disadvantage and/or withdrawn from their daily living and social activities. Sometimes they are prevented or discriminated from employment where support can be a remedy for them to be productive. It is this psychosocail disability that government’s Disability Inclusion Act should also address. Now NDIS has realised that some of the support may be permanent rather than simply a short term health issue. Mental recovery often requires a long term support-based environment that NDIS can supply whereas medication, as a sole treatment, may not provide.

September 26, 2018
DAPA Editor

NEWSLETTER (July 2018)

NDIS–Parent’s Choice or Client’s Choice

The funding from NDIS is usually to be spent for achieving a particular goal listed in the client’s approved plan. When the approved plan has funding for a support coordinator, a client, or the parent in the case the client cannot make decision, can ask for advice from the support coordinator in the choice of which support would be more appropriate

July 1, 2018
Yeoman Yu


NDIS–Where DAPA can help

DAPA, through our Stronger Forever Program, has been registered to provide the following
services under NDIS:
o Development – Life Skill
o Group Centre Activity
o Participate Community
o Personal Activity High and Assist Personal Activities
o Assist Access/Maintain Employment
o Household Tasks
o Support Coordination