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Welcome to the Spire Community Blog. This is a place for our community to connect by sharing views and experiences, by finding common ground, or by discussing differences.

Content will range from short stories with a black humour element, to serious articles with sources cited.
Spinal Cord Injury (SCI) may, or may not, take centre stage. This is about life in its entirety and sometimes the SCI and the effects it has on our life is our main focus, and sometimes it’s not even in view.

Our bloggers are community members, who all live with a SCI, whether it is their own, or a family member’s.
You are invited to comment on the posts and we also welcome guest contributions; feel free to contact us if you'd like to become a guest blogger for Spire.

Pick up your respite and take it on holiday!
10 August, 2018

Everyone enjoys a break from their everyday routine. This can be true for the person living with a spinal cord injury, as well as their loved ones. A creative and fresh approach to respite can make a more refreshing break for everyone!

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Why the NDIS wants to support your life with your partner
19 July, 2018

It is easy to imagine that using NDIS funding to take some pressure off your relationship with a loved one is a bit self-indulgent. The truth is - it’s not.

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Talk to your friends about NDIS Improved Daily Living Skills
12 July, 2018

Andrea’s new NDIS plan allocates $6200 for Improved Daily Living Skills. She consulted two friends with NDIS funding, and got some good tips about how to get the best from this funding.

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Navigating the NDIS price guide – Improved Health and Wellbeing
5 July, 2018

You can get help from dieticians and exercise physiologists with NDIS funding allocated in the price guide under Improved Health and Wellbeing. You can make more of this if you understand what is available.

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How Service Agreements help you make more of your NDIS plan
28 June, 2018

Craig has seen a continence assessor, under his new NDIS plan. But he did not know what to expect, and has not been happy with the outcome. He sees now that he could have saved himself grief by completing a Service Agreement with the assessor.

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