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    Schools for dyspraxia/dyslexia/dyscalculia

    I would suggest you join the Dyslexia Australia FB group. Very helpful.
  2. You will find suitable accommodation in Wynnum Manly for your price bracket. Good primary state schools in the area.
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    Jobs for mature ( older) people

    Hello Bryan, yes I would be happy to share details of the organisation, note that it is Brisbane specific. Within the financial and insurance services sector there are a lot of opportunities if you hold the right work experience. Please feel free to PM me and I can provide details. Regards.
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    Jobs for mature ( older) people

    Hello all, the are Australian employers who are open to hiring mature workers. The organisation (Life Insurance) I work for in Brisbane has a diversity policy and proactively employs older workers. Roles include Admin, Claims Managers, IT, change management, finance, payroll and customer service. Worth exploring employers advertising a diversity policy. Good luck.
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    Occupational Therapist needs advice

    Hello Yang it would be helpful if you outlined your nephews experience and which state he intends to move to. As a previous post mentioned, target rural areas.
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    Occupational Therapist needs advice

    Hello Deanne It probably depends on your OT skill base. You could be supervised within context of an injury management company. You could work as a rehab case manager for Employment Service or A Not for Profit...or for an insurance company. There are options. If you would like to PM me feel free.
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    Confused, stressed and feeling sick!

    Hi PaddyMacs. I understand where you are at and feeling 'cold feet'. No one can make the decision for you as only you know your family circumstances. The first 12 months abroad is hard work in my opinion on many fronts. One option is to not sell everything; rent your house, stick things in storage, organise a sabbatical from work, travel light and just plan to work and live abroad for a defined period such as 12 months or 24 months. Treat it like families who sail around the world for a year or two and live abroad, a grown up working holiday. An enrichment experience. If you love it down the track rethink your plans. If your parents are up for it, they could come and join in as well for a period.
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    Hello all

    Hello Serendipity. With your background you will still get a job to be supervised. I am sure many injury management firms would be keen to have you. I am an OT moved last year from Ireland. Feel free to PM. I am based in Brisbane.
  9. James Dean Residential presents this fresh, large four bedroom low set brick home family home in a great Wynnum location which has easy access to the Port of Brisbane, the Wynnum Central precinct as well as the Wynnum foreshore, local parks and schools. This property is very well presented and features: - Ceiling fans installed through-out. - A separate lounge with wood stove - Separate Dining area - Separate tiled family room with split system air conditioner - A tidy centrally located kitchen. - Built in robes in three bedrooms with an ensuite off the master bedroom. - Double lock up garage with remote control and internal access - Separate laundry area. - Fully security screened throughout - A covered entertaining area with built in BBQ. - Set on a 750m2 block with a fully fenced back yard which borders parkland and bush reserve. Amazing birdlife. - Pets may be considered upon application. Train Wynnum North (15 minute walk) Bus 223 and 224 on Constellation Way Tranport network 25 minute drive to city via Gateway Bridge 25-35 minute drive to city via Wynnum Road Airport - 18 minutes (plus DFO 24hr shopping) Schools Wynnum State School, Boxgrove Road Childcare Mother Duck, Tingal Road, Wynnum Montessori, Glenora Street, Wynnum Gundala kindergarten C&K Kindergartens x 3 in local area Wynnum Family Day Care Catchment area Rent and pets negotiable. www.jdre.com.au http://house.ksou.cn/rp.php?q=Wynnum&sta=qld&id=276886 Go through agent for viewing, available immediately due to break lease.
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    Any young couples in brisbane/brisbane bayside??

    Hi, we live in Wynnum North with kids, it is very family oriented. W ynnum is very quiet of an evening. Manly has slightly more action. Joining in some of the local sporting activities would be your best bet. There is a free community fitness programme on Wynnum Esplanade during the week contact Kris Fleming 0458002959. There is an adult swim club at Manly Pool (early morning) and a Triathlon club. There is a 'walkers groups on the Esplanade' check this out via Wynnum Facebook page or Meetup website; Park Run happens every Sat morning 7am at the end of Wynnum Wading pool (register online), Wednesday afternoon Go Sailing (WAGS) is free sailing at Manly Yacht Club - you would be crew and novice or skilled is welcome. The Bayside PCYC has facilities and classes for adults as well as kids. This includes squash courts, gym, martial arts classes. There is adult touch rugby and league (Bayside Bugs), softball, netball etc etc If you look at the local Wynnum Quest newspaper you will see there are free trial kayaking and sailing events held for kids and adults. Thorneside has a canoe club on Tingalpa creek / river. Sleeman Sports Complex Chandler - adult badminton Wed nights. Wynnum library has evening events (poetry/ writers / bookclub). You can check out this an other local events on the Brisbane City Council website. We know younger folk who go to the Wynnum Manly Leagues club, it does cater well for all ages and decent drink prices. The Manly Hotel probably the widest range of music on and dance area and I see quite a few 20/30 somethings involved. The Wynnum Manly Trailer Boat Club has some music and charity events. The other option is to join in some of the charity and volunteer organisations this could include Coastguard, Red Cross etc Food for thought?
  11. Hello, Seeking some help from any OTs out there who have been through the AHPRA process. I am having difficulty formulating case studies...I have printed out 4 anonymous reports that I have completed over the past couple of years and then attached a theoretical framework comment. Just wondered what other people did. Also what did you list for clinical reasoning? Any advice or some samples would be gratefully received as I seem to be getting bogged down in the detail.... thank you
  12. Any examples of what people put down and how much detail for Clinical Procedural skills on the APHRA CV would be much appreciated. Thank you in advance.
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    Temporary rental in Wynum/Manley west area

    Hi Mike, It won't matter if you stay in the city and just drive to Wynnum until you find somewhere or stay at a holiday park. Motels will be expensive. I would use the suggestions already listed on the PIO forum where other people stayed more centrally in Brisbane until you sort a long term rental. I just moved to Wynnum North with my family. We had planned to move Northside Brisbane however OH found it too built up, plus he is into sailing. Due to the Port motorway and Gateway Bridge, Wynnum North is only 15 minutes to Ascot where I have a family member. It is 25 mins drive into the city. Here are some options, I have not seen the rooms however I would expect the Anchor to be reasonable. The Waterloo has a renovated restaurant and 'gaming lounge' however the bar is still old style. They don't have any rooms available until the 17th July (I just checked). Wynnum Anchor Motel 14 Adam Street, Brisbane, Queensland 4178, Australia http://wynnumanchormotel.com.au/ Its a quiet location. You are in walking distance of the lovely Wynnum Esplanade. Its more Wynnum Central / Wynnum North) ie 10 minute drive to Manly West. The Waterloo Bay Hotel (it has serviced apartments) http://www.waterloobayhotel.com.au/ Address: 75 Berrima Street, Wynnum, Queensland 4178 Phone: 07 3893 2344 Fax: 07 3393 4520 Email: info@waterloobayhotel.com.au I just used http://www.realestate.com.au to find a rental. We ended up renting through James Dean Residential http://www.jdre.com.au (their office is in Tinglapa) they seem to look after the rental properties very well. The rental application went through in 24 hours very smoothly following the viewing. They were completely fine with foreigners renting and not having all the necessary paperwork, providing you have demonstrable capital and/or permanent job. Other http://www.stayz.com.au Select Wynnum Bayside Apartments Wynnum Bayside Apartments are self contained 1 bedroom, 2 bedroom and studio apartments SAVE ON LONG TERM STAYS CORPORATE RATES AVAILABLE Minimum stay for our 2 bedroom units is 3 nights. Minimum stay for our studio or one bedroom unit is 2 nights. - Weekly Service Clean - Air Conditioned - TV / DVD - Bathroom with Shower - All Queen size beds are new Sealy mattresses - Close to shops - Close to Yacht Clubs - Secure Undercover Parking Unit 1: 2 bedroom apartment with 1 queen in 1st bedroom, 1 queen and 1 single bed in 2nd bedroom. Spacious living area, fully equipped kitchen with stove, microwave, full size fridge & dining table; Unit 2: 2 bedroom apartment is a renovated unit with a Queen Size bed in the master bedroom and a queen size bed in the 2nd bedroom. Spacious living area, kitchen with european appliances; Unit 4: Large one bedroom apartment with queen bed and sofa bed (double size) and own private balcony with outdoor table and Weber Baby Q BBQ. Living area, fully equipped kitchen, full size fridge & dining table; Unit 5: 2 bedroom apartment with queen bed and two single beds plus own private garden. Spacious living area, fully equipped kitchen with stove, microwave, full size fridge, washing machine and dryer combo & dining table; Unit 6: Small studio apartment with queen bed. This unit offers comfortable, quality accommodation for the budget-conscious traveller. This small unit is appointed with a ensuite, reverse cycle air conditioning, 32" LCD TV, kitchenette with microwave, full size fridge and a private balcony with outdoor table and Weber Baby Q BBQ. hope this helps
  14. Count me in for the 3pm session. Looking forward to it. Thanks for organising, shall bring a label. I have become very adept at labels with all the moving chaos. :+)
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