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Issue 35 - January, 2021
Back to School Tips for Parents of Students with Autism
It's that back-to-school time of year, when shops are overflowing with #2 pencils and spiral notebooks, backpacks and sneakers, parents and children. If your child has autism, however, preparing him or her for a new school year likely involves things you can't find in aisle 12.
Support Coordination and Advocacy with Damien Porter
Damien is an NDIS Support Coordinator with over 40 years of lived disability experience. He is available for no obligation meetings with NDIS participants from our Parafield Gardens location on Wednesdays and Fridays.
Halloween Special Event - 31st October to 1st November
This Halloween weekend the Adelaide Gaol is as spooky as ever! With seven themed stations among the historical Adelaide Gaol grounds, you and your kids can pose for the perfect Halloween selfie or portrait. We highly recommend dressing up for the occasion.
Are you a parent of a child with autism or work with parents who are?
We wanted to let you know that we have created a Facebook support group for parents with ASD children where we are providing FREE support and resources to help parents navigate through the stress of parenting a child on the spectrum.
Ashlee completed a Bachelor of Psychology (Honours) at Flinders University in 2018. She has previous experience working in the NDIS space with individuals living with complex mental health and behavioural disorders.
We would like to advise that Good Start Psychology will be moving our upstairs operations to a new site in Parafield Gardens. Current location appointments of Suite 5 / 107 Salisbury Highway, Salisbury remain unchanged.
As part of the ongoing commitment to supporting NDIS participants during this time, the NDIA has worked with supermarket retailers to make sure NDIS participants wanting support to grocery shop, have priority access to home delivery services.
Stimulation of the brain started when electricity was invented, however it wasn’t until the early 2000s when Nitsche and Paulus started scientific research using a device called the transcranial direct current stimulator or tDCS.
We are very pleased to announce that Good Start Psychology have successfully completed the auditing process through the NDIS Quality and Safeguards Commission and have been certified as a registered NDIS provider!