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Front Row Seats

We all dread being assessed.

Assessments are not all about funding, they are also about balancing your goals and priorities whilst living with a disability.

The outcome of the assessment depends a lot on the individuals who are conducting the assessment and the information you give them.

To improve your chances for a positive outcome try my, “Race Approach” approach.

  • Research
  • Attitude
  • Creativity
  • Engagement

I do believe this approached really helped me as now, for the 1st time in my life, sit in the front of my car.

Two words from the “RACE Approach” are especially important.

Attitude – Creativity

I sincerely thank the following professionals who worked with me (without mentioning names) to achieve my goal after many years.

It was a great experience to work with individuals who are so client focused, thank you all.

Now Sitting in the Front of My New Car

Whilst sitting front row in my new car I picked up a hitchhiker on my travels, her name is Marita Cheng from 2Mar Robotics.

I am having a sneak preview of A Robotic Arm that can be controlled using your smart phone.

No, robots are not driving our cars yet, but it can wipe my bum.

Stay connected I will be doing a full review you on this amazing technology soon.

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  1. […] Daily Living Expo was John McKenna. He wrote a blog post about meeting us afterwards. Check it out here. Below is a photo of John and myself in his new car with Jeva at the steering wheel. (Don’t […]

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