Our highly experienced Occupational Therapists visit our client’s within a familiar environment which may be their home, school or learning centre, aged care facility, or workplace. We prioritise a time and day that suits our clients best.
Occupational Therapy is a client-centred allied health profession that works with people across the life span to enhance their independence and participation in their meaningful daily activities. Occupational Therapists encompass a whole-person perspective and work collaboratively with individuals, their families and other supports to achieve their occupational therapy goals.
The term “occupation” describes the everyday activities that we need to or want to do to fulfil our life roles and bring meaning to our life.
Our Occupational therapists work closely with clients to maximise their independence in their day to day life and are trained to assist their clients in overcoming limitations caused by injury or illness, psychological or emotional difficulties, developmental delay or the effects of aging.
Our Occupational Therapists can help by:
Our Paediatric interventions include aspects like;
Our services are individually tailored as we believe that each person is unique and has a different set of circumstances. This enables our clients to prioritise what is meaningful to them so they can best achieve their goals.
Anyone with an injury, disability or illness who is having difficulty in their ability to engage in the occupations or activities they want, need or expected to do.
Yourself and anyone else you would like present who can help answer questions about your current abilities and goals. Also, a copy of your NDIS plan (if you have one).
A change to the home environment to increase safety and independence for the client and their family/carers.
This can include basic modifications like grab rails, changing fixtures or portable ramps or complex modifications like full bathroom renovations and accessibility ramps.
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