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COVID-19 Response Plan

COVID-19 Response Plan Smart Solutions Rehab Group (SSRG) takes the current COVID-19 health situation incredibly seriously and as such has developed a response plan that clearly details how we are dedicated to supporting and maintaining our client’s health whilst doing our part in slowing down the spread of the virus. The following information is both…

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Do you know the SMART approach to rehab?

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SMART goals is an evidence-based goal setting practice used by many health professionals to guide their clinical work. In a nutshell, SMART goals helps individuals to identify goals they want to achieve and assists in working out a realistic plan for getting there. SMART stands for: S – Specific M – Measurable A – Achievable…

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New NDIS Service Areas Launch in Brisbane

Smart Solutions Rehab Group are excited to announce we are now servicing NDIS participants in the Redland Bay and Bayside suburbs of Brisbane.  This extends our existing coverage of the Northern Brisbane suburbs and Moreton Region, the Sunshine Coast and surrounds and further north to Hervey Bay. After 17 years providing services to the Sunshine…

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World Diabetes Day – Occupational Therapy

Diabetes

What is Diabetes? Diabetes is a chronic disease associated with abnormally high levels of sugar glucose in the blood.  This occurs when the pancreas does not provide adequate insulin (a hormone that regulates blood sugar), or when the body cannot effectively use the insulin it produces. There are 3 main types of diabetes, which include:…

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NDIS Plan Review Assessments and Reports

NDIS Plan Review Assessments and Reports

Allied Health NDIS Plan Review Assessments and Reports – Why They Are So Important What is a Plan Review? The NDIS requires regular Plan Reviews.  This means that all the supports that have been allocated to you in your NDIS Plan are reviewed for ongoing suitability and to ensure that the supports till meet your…

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What do Allied Health Professionals Do

What does it mean to be an Allied Health Professional? Allied Health Professionals generally include the following disciplines: Occupational Therapy Physiotherapy Speech Pathology Dietetics Social Work Podiatry Allied Health Professionals study at University between 3-4 years to achieve an undergraduate degree. Do Allied Health Professionals need to keep learning after university? Yes, absolutely!  Allied Health…

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Mental Health Week – Depression

Depression

Depression and looking after our health Queensland Mental Health Week (5-13th October 2019) shines the spotlight on how we can look after our own mental health.  It is linked to National Mental Health Week and World Mental Health Day which is held on the 10th October. This year’s theme is “Take time for mental health”.…

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Amputation

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Amputation Awareness and Treatment Did you know: Someone will undergo an amputation every 30 minutes in Australia.  Losing a limb is a life changing event and many Australian’s are dealing with the associated challenges every day. National Amputee Awareness Week is recognised during 4-11th of October.  This week is about raising awareness, making sure people…

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Fragile X Syndrome

Fragile X Syndrome

Inherited Conditions with Fragile X Gene Fragile X-associated Disorders are a term given to a range of inherited conditions that occur as a result of alterations in the FMR1 gene (Fragile X gene). It is estimated in Australia, 1 child per week is born fully affected by Fragile X syndrome and 20 are born carriers…

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Spinal Cord Injury and Assistive Technology

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Living with a spinal cord injury (SCI) can have a significant impact on a person’s ability to independently participate in everyday activities. Read more about Spinal Cord Injury here > One of the ways that Occupational Therapists (OT) can assist those with a SCI improve their independence and participation, is through the prescription of equipment…

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