Related Projects

The Guddi Way

The Guddi Way Screen is a culturally appropriate screening process to identify brain injury and complex disability. Once a brain injury has been identified, it may enable a pathway to appropriate support via the NDIS. For some people, this may the first time in their lives that a brain injury has been identified and that they have the opportunity to receive support.

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Assessing the Disability Needs of Indigenous Prisoners

Synapse is working with Griffith University to review the processes for assessing the disability needs of Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander prisoners.

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Community Living Initiative (Cairns)

A place of belonging for Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander peoples with a disability.

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Post Occupancy Evaluation (Cairns)

A housing model evaluation of our Cairns Community Living Initiative to systemically understand the outcomes of design decisions against the building’s performance in terms of user needs.

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Related Services

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Yarn Up about the NDIS

We have resources designed for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities to start conversations about the NDIS and provide examples of some of the types of supports and services available.

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Training & Education

Unique, specialised training to help you and your team better understand the needs of people impacted by brain injury.

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Information & Referral

Specialised information to help you manage life after a brain injury and navigate the complex systems of care and support. Get in touch today.

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