Occupational Therapy


Our Occupational therapists will:

Review patients’ medical history, ask the patients questions, and observe them doing tasks, also evaluate a patient’s condition and needs.

Evaluate patient’s home or workplace and, on the basis of the patient’s health needs and disability, identify potential improvements, such as:

  • Assistive technology (aids and equipment)
  • Home modifications
  • Assessment of personal support needs (personal care)
  • Coordinating respite care
  • Housing assessments for participants requiring Specialist Disability Accommodation
  • Transport assistance
  • Orientation and mobility training
  • Supported employment evaluation and training services
  • Helping children to reach their developmental goals through interventions such as play-based therapy
  • Whole of life personal planning.