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Solve Disability Solutions relies on the generosity of Trusts and Foundations to continue to be able to provide our unique service to people with disabilities throughout Victoria. This month we thank Give Where You Live and the Sentinel Foundation for their support of the Barwon Branch and the Marian & EH Flack Trust for their grant to support development of equipment to enable 20 people with disabilities to participate in the recreation activity of the choice.Read More

Solve Disability Solutions has been awarded an ILC National Readiness Grant by the National Disability Insurance Agency to manage a one-year project in collaboration with a consortium of TAD’s around Australia to develop a national, multi-regional information channel to support people with disability to make informed decisions about customised assistive technology (assistive technology that is not commercially available) and to combat confusion around the appropriateness of assistive technology to NDIS plans.Read More

This month, Solve welcomes our new CEO, Doug Haig. Doug is a Mechanical Engineer with extensive experience in managing teams and delivering projects and solutions that exceed expectations and timeframes.Read More

The Freedom Wheels Modified Bike Program has been rolling across regional Victoria. Our latest journeys to Ballarat and Bendigo have delivered 10 children with modified bike assessments getting them one step closer to having their very own bike. And thanks to the generosity of Allen’s Philanthropy, we were able to offer these assessments free of charge.Read More

We're strengthening our reach across Victoria! We recently welcomed two new Occupational Therapists to the Solve team. Meet Melissa (left) and Fiona (right). Melissa will be working with clients in Mornington and South East Melbourne, and Fiona will be heading up our regional projects in Ballarat. We welcome them to the team!!Read More

Meet 4-year old Isaac! Isaac has autism and has difficulty sleeping/staying asleep at night; he also gets frustrated and anxious from time-to-time. As a baby Isaac was comforted by the reclined rocking motion of a baby bouncinette but, like many kids he outgrew his baby gear. Isaac's mum contacted Solve directly seeking help in designing and building a larger, custom piece of equipment to help with Isaac's sleeping pattern and provide him with a retreat to calm his frustrations. Thanks to the Solve assessment, design and building services and the generosity of Plumbtec - Mildura and Perth-based ROSTA GmbH, Isaac now has a custom-built toddler bouncinette, and enjoys up to 11 hours of sleep a night!Read More

Project coordinator, Joan Ryan, and Bendigo volunteer, Richard Hodgson, manned Solve's stall at the 'Our Choice' expo in Bendigo recently. The Expo, aimed at increasing community inclusion for people with disability and their carers, featured more than 70 stall holders providing information on disability services, advocacy and recreation, as well as NDIS-related information. Joan and Richard talked to many people interested in our service, and provided them with information about the NDIS and how to include Solve in their NDIS plans. The NDIS rolled out in Bendigo on 1st May.Read More

Thank you once again to all the team from Chain Reaction Challenge Foundation for their generous donation of $60,000 as a result of the Chain Reaction Womens 300 ride in 2016.Read More

The NDIS is now being rolled out throughout Victoria.Read More