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IT’S TOUGH CARING FOR MY DISABLED SON WHEN I AM DISABLED BY FEAR.

Posted By Vivienne on Health

https://mydisabilityinsights.com - I don’t how you feel, but I am becoming more and more confused as time goes by. Being a caregiver for a disabled son I watch in sadness as I see the debacle engulfing our aged care settings, I worry about the constantly changing rules and regulations affecting Robs’ personal carers, and if time permits, … IT’S TOUGH CARING FOR MY DISABLED SON WHEN I AM DISABLED BY FEAR. Read More »

Dealing With Lockdown Mark 2 As A Caregiver

Posted By Vivienne on Health

https://mydisabilityinsights.com - Just like carers across Victoria everywhere, I have been relishing life returning to normal. Finally after several months I had been able to visit my aging dad, see my grandkids, and feel thankful that my son who has cerebral palsy, was well and had managed to get through the worst of the Covid 19 pandemic … Dealing With Lockdown Mark 2 As A Caregiver Read More »

Prioritizing For Caregivers During The COVID-19 Crisis.

Posted By Vivienne on Health

https://mydisabilityinsights.com - The Right Decisions Are The Ones You Make Because No Decision Means No Progress In Any Direction. The statement, the right decisions are the ones you make, is absolutely true. As a Caregiver you will be well used to making decisions about many things that affect your loved one, and by extension yourself, each day.  … Prioritizing For Caregivers During The COVID-19 Crisis. Read More »

Discrimination For a Non Existent Disability.

Posted By Vivienne on Health

https://mydisabilityinsights.com - There has been a lot of very hard won advancements in the way people with a disability are treated since the Disability Discrimination Act came into being way back in 1992. I remember the buzz in the room in which I was present as the main points were read to those of us with vested … Discrimination For a Non Existent Disability. Read More »

5 Reasons Why Do New Mothers Cry

Posted By Fit4Motherhood on Health

https://fit4motherhood.com - Last Updated on 3 days by Eva New mothers cry a lot. Here are the 5 most common reasons why every new mom feels down the first few months. Motherhood is a monumental change. And apart from unconditional love and indescribable happiness, it brings also tears. A lot of tears.
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OUR FRONT LINE HAS BEEN SOLD OUT

Posted By Vivienne on Health

https://mydisabilityinsights.com - HOPEFULLY OUR MORAL COMPASS WILL FIND ITS TRUE DIRECTION You would have to live under a rock to be unaware of the childish tit for tat coming from politicians playing games with the lives of those who voted for them. Close your eyes and you can easily imagine our individual state leaders as children in … OUR FRONT LINE HAS BEEN SOLD OUT Read More »

THE FOUNDATIONS OF OUR AGED CARE SYSTEM HAVE BEEN BUILT ON QUICKSAND

Posted By Vivienne on Health

https://mydisabilityinsights.com - Those of us living in Victoria, and especially Greater Melbourne, are feeling pretty ostracized by the rest of our Australian counterparts. Hardly surprising considering the unfolding of bleak news on a daily basis, and the fact that our situation is slowly beginning to affect the rest of the country. Put aside the few who are … THE FOUNDATIONS OF OUR AGED CARE SYSTEM HAVE BEEN BUILT ON QUICKSAND Read More »

STRESS BUSTING HACKS FOR CAREGIVERS.

Posted By Vivienne on Health

https://mydisabilityinsights.com - Enjoying some time free of stress is the want of all people who care for loved ones full time. Don’t believe for one moment that finding some time for yourself is the least of your concerns. If you don’t look after your health with purpose one small injury, or stressful hurt, sits upon all the … STRESS BUSTING HACKS FOR CAREGIVERS. Read More »

Are Caregivers Being Hoodwinked.

Posted By Vivienne on Health

https://mydisabilityinsights.com - The Disability Discrimination Act 1992 (DDA) was an act passed by the Parliament of Australia in 1992 to promote the rights of people with disabilities in certain areas such as housing, education and provision of goods and services. It shares a common philosophy with other disability discrimination acts around the world that have emerged in … Are Caregivers Being Hoodwinked. Read More »