Allied Health

Under the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS), Allied Health services are considered essential support for individuals with disabilities. As an NDIS service provider, we recognise the importance of Allied Health professionals in improving functional abilities, promoting independence, and enhancing participants’ overall well-being.

Allied Health
Our allied health services include but are not limited to the following:
  • Physiotherapy services -to address mobility issues, improve physical function, manage pain, and promote independence in activities of daily living.
  • Occupational therapy services -to assist participants in developing or regaining skills necessary for daily living, work, education, and community engagement.
  • Speech therapy services -to address communication difficulties, speech disorders, swallowing difficulties, and augmentative and alternative communication (AAC) needs.
  • Psychological support services -to address mental health concerns, emotional well-being, and behavioural challenges.
  • Support from dietitians -to address specific dietary requirements, manage nutrition-related health conditions, develop meal plans, and receive education on healthy eating habits.
  • Help participants and their families with support, advocacy, and assistance accessing community resources, navigating social challenges, and addressing psychosocial concerns.

We understand the role that allied health services play in ensuring the overall well-being of the NDIS participants. Therefore, we will always assign expert allied health professionals to your care and ensure you receive holistic care and support.

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