Strengths Based Report Writing in the NDIS

A help or a hindrance to families? Click here to watch/ re watch this fantastic webinar developed and led by two enthusiastic members of our Disability SPOT community Ruairi O’Donnell and Rachelle Lewis. Here are the amazing notes and PPT […]

Choices and Control in Physiotherapy for Children

presented by Kate Waterworth Link to recording Kate Waterworth, School of Clinical Sciences, AUT University presented 8th March 2022 about: • Understandings of Children • Understandings of Disability • Children’s Rights and Civil Participation • Working with these ideas in […]

Kindred (formerly known as Reframing Disability)

In February 2022 we were joined by Kindred (formerly known as Reframing Disability) for an interactive panel discussion. Kindred (Reframing Disability) is a peer-led organisation empowering families of children with disability, developmental delay, and medical needs. and worked in partnership […]

24 Hour positioning

We supervised some Physiotherapy students who created some resources: Supports to help you sleep with a better posture. A referenced information sheet for clients 24 Hour positioning. An overview for clinicians of the current research into the benefits of 24 […]

Disability SPOT Vision

Disability SPOT is a not for profit interdisciplinary community of practice, supporting therapists in the disability sector. We are committed to quality practice, ongoing learning and skill sharing in a safe and nurturing community. We welcome new members, reaching out […]

Sole Practitioners- Surviving & Thriving!

This event was requested in response to our panel event about burnout held a few months ago. This event was focused towards Sole Therapists, who often don’t have an organisation to fall back on when the going gets tough. This […]