Occupational Therapy

Maximise your engagement and capacity to live the life of your choice, as you develop skills through our Occupational Therapy services.

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Occupational Therapy Services

Teaching techniques and strategies to help people maximise abilities and independence. We aim to improve the quality of life in each and every one of our clients so that you can have a life of capacity, engagement and joy.

We provide a wide range of services, with over 20 years of experience in Occupational Therapy for people with:

  • Strokes
  • Amputees
  • Burns
  • Motor Neurone Disease
  • Parkinson's Disease
  • Palliative Care
  • Autism
  • Brain Injury
  • Work related injuries
  • & Many More.

Get in touch

One of our friendly support staff will call you to learn more about your Occupational Therapy needs.

    If you would like to make a NDIS Referral, please see our Referrals Page.


    How we can help

    We listen to your goals, hopes and dreams and work with you to find ways to achieve them.

    Our experience and networks mean we find solutions faster. We understand that funds are precious, and we work with you to determine the best value supports to meet your goals.

    A few of our proud achievements:

    • Helping a man with an upper limb amputation to regain his truck licence.
    • Assisting a client with mental health issues to reconnect with the music industry.
    • Supporting a new father with a brain injury to have an active role in the parenting of his child.

    NDIS Referrals Welcome

    We are NDIS ready and able to deliver professional allied health services, therapy assistants, assistive technology and home modifications for plan and self-managed participants.

    We provide services to adults and teenagers.

    To make a Referral, please visit our Referral Page.


    Wins of the Month

    Read about some of our client success stories

    It was high fives all around this week when our young client with ASD put into practice all the life skills she had learnt and got her first ever job.

    Nicole got a tear in her eye this week. She had recently had home modifications completed and her client was now able to leave her front door independently to meet Nicole at the front gate.

    We used model cars and diagrams to get started with learning the basics of driving, progressed to complicated intersections and road rules, and guess what, she passed her learners!

    Our client was provided with a powered mobility device and training regarding use on public transport and can now access her community exercise and craft programs on her own.