People with disabilities are more likely to experience mental health issues than those without disabilities. This is often due to the physical, emotional, and social challenges that can come with living with a disability. At Integrity Disability Hub, as an NDIS registered provider, we understand the importance of mental health and well-being, and we are committed to helping our clients manage and improve their mental health while achieving their NDIS goals.
If you are experiencing mental health issues, it is important to seek professional help. As an NDIS participant, you can access support for your mental health needs through your NDIS plan. This may involve seeing a psychologist, psychiatrist, or mental health clinician, and we can assist you in finding the right provider.
Social connections are essential for mental health and wellbeing. It is important to stay connected with family, friends, and support networks. As an NDIS participant, you can access funding for social and community participation to help you maintain and build your social connections.
Physical activity has been shown to have numerous mental health benefits. Even if you have limited mobility, there are many ways to stay active, such as through seated exercises or swimming. As an NDIS participant, you can access funding for exercise physiology and personal training to help you engage in physical activity safely and appropriately.
Mindfulness is a technique that involves paying attention to the present moment in a non-judgmental way. This can help reduce stress and improve mental wellbeing. As an NDIS participant, you can access funding for mindfulness-based interventions, such as meditation or yoga, through your NDIS plan.
Disability service providers, such as Integrity Disability Hub, can provide support and guidance to help you manage and improve your mental health with NDIS support. Our team of Disability Support Workers and NDIS Plan Managers are trained to provide personalised care and support that is tailored to your individual needs and preferences, while helping you achieve your NDIS goals.
Self-care involves taking time to do things that promote physical, emotional, and mental wellbeing. This may include taking a relaxing bath, reading a book, or practicing a hobby. It is important to take care of yourself and do things that make you feel good. As an NDIS participant, you can access funding for support with daily living activities to help you practice self-care.
Managing and improving mental health and wellbeing is essential for people with disabilities, and with NDIS support, it is possible to access the right services and supports to help achieve this. At Integrity Disability Hub, we are committed to providing personalised care and support that helps our NDIS participants manage and improve their mental health while achieving their NDIS goals.
By seeking professional help, staying connected with others, engaging in physical activity, practicing mindfulness, seeking support from disability service providers, and practicing self-care with NDIS funding, people with disabilities can take steps to improve their mental health and wellbeing.
Contact us to learn more about our NDIS services and how we can help you improve your mental health and wellbeing or visit our website to learn more.