The National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) provides occupational therapy support for people with permanent and significant disability.

An occupational therapist (OT) is a healthcare professional who helps people regain the skills they need to perform the activities of daily living. They work with patients of all ages, from infants to the elderly and can make recommendations for assistive technology, home modifications and environmental changes to support their patients’ needs.

Our occupational therapists will work with you to give you the best care possible for the best possible outcome

Our occupational therapy services include a team which is made up of approved by NDIS Occupational Therapists, Speech Pathologists and Psychologists who provide both therapeutic and interventional supports that are tailored to your unique needs.




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

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

Occupational Therapy

Occupational Therapists work with people living with a disability to help them 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, meal preparation, community access or increasing function to live independently. The NDIS is supportive in funding the supports needed to influence these key areas of everyday life including mental health and motor skills. Our occupational therapy assistants can fully support and advocate your support needs with a very comprehensive assessment and report.

For further information Contact our friendly and experienced team today to see how we can help or for a tour of our facilities.