Our Allied health practitioners can play an important role in shaping the future of your healthcare.

 

The allied health professions change the health landscape for the better, and work to improve health and wellbeing for individuals, families and communities in Australia.

Circle of Hope has a team of allied health professionals which are made up of Occupational Therapists, Speech Pathologists and Psychologists who provide quality therapeutic and interventional supports that are tailored to your unique needs. These providers each have their own national professional organisation with a relevant national accreditation body with a focus to connect and provide patients quality allied health services.

The allied health workforce can provide specialised support and direct patient care to ensure optimal health care delivery. Our Allied Health professionals will work with you to give you the best health care possible for the best patient outcomes.

 

Psychology

Occupational
Therapy

Speech
Therapy

Allied Health professionals are trained in their respective areas and will provide all the health services you need, in one place.

This ensures that your total health is well taken care of.

A broad range of help is readily available at Circle of Hope to deliver you the health services you deserve.

The goal of Circle of Hope is to provide allied health services to make a real difference in the health and wellbeing of patients through health sciences based research, treatment, practice, and management.

Speech Pathology

Speech Pathologists help and assist people who have complications in communication to communicate more effectively. Allied health professionals work with people of all ages to improve deficits in language, speech, use of voice or fluency, or people who have problems with swallowing. They also commonly work with children to treat and assist speech development and build strategies to aid non-verbal people to find other ways of communication.

The allied health professionals at Circle of Hope promote the rehabilitation and education of children and adults to provide a broad range of allied health services.

Occupational Therapy

Occupational Therapists assess and facilitate people living with a disability to live up to their full potential and enhance independence with everyday activities. Some examples include identifying alternative strategies to help manage self-care, domestic tasks, professional development, community engagement or increasing function to live independently.

The NDIS is supportive in funding the supports needed to influence these key areas of everyday life. Our allied health professionals can fully support and advocate your support needs with a very comprehensive assessment and report.

Psychology

Our experienced team of Psychologists treat and provide support to people with disabilities and their families. We promote behaviour change and good mental health to support people and enable them to safely access the community. Everyone has different needs to support their mental health, thus direct patient care is our focus. Our expert psychologists and mental health nurses customise individual programs and health services to suit you.

Contact our friendly and multidisciplinary team today to see how we can help or for a tour of our facilities.