Medical specialists will provide expert medical opinion and management to assist individual with their treatment and recovery.
Case management aims to facilitate, coordinate and negotiate services and supports for individuals with complex needs and to navigate the systems to achieve the optimal outcome.
Psychology/neuropsychology provides assessments, intervention and counselling for adults and children with Acquired Brain Injuries, neurological conditions, disabilities, learning disorders, and hearing loss.
Social work can assist with the emotional, psychological and practical challenges faced by individuals and families following a sudden injury, illness, diagnosis or loss.
Occupational Therapy promotes independence, health and well being through occupation. The primary goal of occupational therapy is to enable people to participate in activities of everyday life following major changes brought on by injury or illness.
Physiotherapy provides rehabilitation for individuals with long and short-term movement and function disorders causing symptoms such as muscle weakness or paralysis, poor balance and coordination, uncontrolled muscle spasm and tremors, loss of function and decreased sensations.
Speech pathology can diagnose and treat a wide range of communication disorders including difficulties with speech, language, social communication, swallowing, fluency and voice.
Nursing services provide nursing solutions aimed at preventing, maintaining and maximising a person’s independence and functional capacity.
Dietitians are able to assess the nutritional status, management of nutritional care and education to patient and their family to ensure optimal nutrition and care is provided.
Vocational rehabilitation is a process which enables persons with functional, psychological, developmental, cognitive and emotional impairments or health disabilities to overcome barriers to accessing, maintaining or returning to employment or other useful occupation.
|HOUSING & ACCOMMODATION|
Our housing services assist individuals to meet all of their home, accommodation and housing needs; by providing holistic services that support individuals through all stages of their journey to achieving their chosen home environment.
Our team can assess your home and recommend environmental changes to support your independence and maximise your safety following major changes brought on by injury or illness.
Equipment specialists are allied health professionals with advanced clinical skills to help you choose wheelchairs, seating and other equipment to best suit your own unique biomechanical, therapeutic, functional and lifestyle needs.
Personal care /or Attendant care can be broadly defined as home and community based support which assists individuals to perform tasks they would otherwise not be able to perform themselves.
Our Occupational Therapy team can assess your ability to safely return to driving a motor vehicle following injury or illness. This can include recommendations for and overseeing of vehicle modifications if required.