The national rollout of the National Disability Insurance Scheme commenced in the middle of this year, and it’s fair to say that there have been a few issues and some scepticism attached to its implementation. For this December issue, we sought commentary and perspectives from a few members who have had some insight and experience with the NDIS.


Childhood trauma and its long-term sequelae, including chronic pain, and the importance of trauma-informed practice; and two recent recipients of Physiotherapy Research Foundation seeding grants elaborate on their research projects.

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