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The COVID-19 pandemic has changed the way we live and participate in society. In this article, we write about the recommended strategies for preventing the spread of disease, and then the reasons why each approach is suggested.

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With restrictions on movements, daily changes regarding COVID-19, supports are being available to help you be able to “Stay at Home”. From appointments to prescriptions and getting medications, we outline the supports that are available to help you.

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We are living in tough and trying times. The Coronavirus (COVID-19) crisis has had a profound impact on our day to day lives, and we are all experiencing heightened anxiety, confusion and isolation. It’s okay not to be okay.

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There was widespread panic buying and a shortage of supplies on supermarket shelves, especially toilet paper,  earlier this year as COVID-19 crisis intensified. Supermarkets introduced drastic new measures to address this, which included strict limits on item purchases per transaction, priority deliveries and restricted access times for Australians who are older or have a disability. We have updated the information you need to know in August.

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The COVID-19 crisis has changed the way we participate in our communities literally overnight. Attending religious services - going to church, temple, mosque or other religious services, is a significant spiritual and cultural community activity for many Australians with disability. 

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While some states in Australia have returned to school, others are still in school holidays. Since children have already been home in isolation for some time, and parents are searching for ideas on how to cope during holidays. Read on for plenty of activities to keep boredom away from toddlers to teens.

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Have you heard of "Zoom"? It is a video communication tool that people are using to stay connected in times of isolation. You can see, hear, and talk to a friend or family member. Read on to learn how you can stay in touch through Zoom.

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The Australian Government has created a WhatsApp channel for guidance and advice on Coronavirus (Covid- 19) in Australia and released an app from the Department of Health. A second tracking app has also been released.

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NDIS providers needing help on where to find supports and where assistance is available can read on for important links.

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The Government have put in place rules to try to slow the spread of Coronavirus COVID-19.
These rules are to help keep people safe. It has been hard to follow the changes to what we can and can't do over the last little bit as governments introduce new measures.