Completing the access process for the NDIS - Tips for Communicating about Psychosocial Disability

In the context of the National Disability Strategy, recovery is about maximising the potential of individuals with a psychosocial disability to participate in the community. Recovery approaches acknowledge that the effects of illness and subsequent psychosocial disability may or may not diminish over time. This means that while some people may recover to the point they do not require any mental health or disability supports, others will always require supports to assist and maintain their recovery, ongoing community participation and social inclusion.


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