Buckle up, it's going to be a bumpy ride. Or not, I'm not sure yet.
After the longest process, simply because I took my sweet time I am now an NDIS participant.
And as of yesterday I made a booking for my first ever support worker to come help me do things on Friday.
Honesty I'm not even sure how to navigate this new territory, other than to just say fuck it and just see how we go.
I think I am realising things are probably just going to be easier and less of a process. It is probably going to open my world right up, or has the potential to. Or it could be so normal and boring that, that in itself baffles me.
Its tricky business, I feel weird because I also work in this space, and am a part of the disabled community but I am about experience this stuff from the otherside.
Image description: an image of myself, buckled up in my brother's lush as Luxy. It's an oldie pic, I have faded pastel pink hair.