Our team of Occupational Therapists specialises in working with adults living with a disability.
We elevate our clients by walking beside them to identify their goals and assist them with everyday activities.
Our team has extensive experience across a broad range of injuries, illnesses, and disabilities.
Functional capacity assessment
minor and major
Wheelchair and seating assessment
Our Neurological Physiotherapists have the clinical knowledge and extensive experience treating an individual’s movement and function disorders originating from the body’s nervous and neuromuscular systems.
This can include the treatment of muscle weakness and loss of function, coordination and balance difficulties, and uncontrolled muscle spasms and tremors.
This is all done in collaboration with the clients to ensure their goals are aligned with the therapy program.
We work to maximise the function of adults living with physical disabilities to improve their quality of life.
Gait and balance
plans and education
Functional electrical stimulation
Our Speech Pathologists provide assessment and intervention for adult clients experiencing challenges related to their communication skills and issues relating to swallowing food or drink.
Our clinicians are passionate about helping clients participate in life by supporting them in expressing their ideas, improving their confidence in social settings, improving their fluency, or managing a safe swallow.
meal time management
Everyone can benefit from regular activity and healthy eating. Our Exercise physiologists are trained to help clients to be more active by improving their fatigue levels, coordination, balance, strength, endurance, and mental health.
We are here to help uplift your well-being in ways you enjoy and are safe. Our programs are tailored to client's needs and focus on making them feel safe and comfortable.
Our Exercise Physiologists can provide one-on-one support or form part of a multidisciplinary team working together to help clients enhance their independence and quality of life.
Our team specialises in exercise therapy to improve outcomes for people living with neurological conditions.
Health and wellbeing
Building Works Project Management
Where home modification works will cost over $30,000, the NDIS requires individuals to engage an independent NDIS-registered Building Works Project Manager (BWPM) for complex home modifications.
Our Project Manager Andrew Hungerford has over 20 years of experience in the property and building industry. When engaged Andrew can work with you and your Occupational Therapist regarding the design, approvals, documentation, and costing to the appointment of builders and suppliers.
Providing one point of contact for all stakeholders, the BWPM will monitor and communicate the project's progress and ensure the scope of works is completed to the guidelines. Ensuring that the project meets the client's expectations.