Occupational Therapists help people who have difficulty carrying out everyday activities safely and independently. This may be due to physical, mental, developmental conditions or the effects of ageing.
What we do
Services provided increase the ability to carry out activities which may include:
- Adapting the environment
- Modifying tasks
- Teaching new skills
- Education and
- Accessing support.
Assisting people to manage everyday activities such as:
- Personal Activities of Daily Living (showering, dressing, toileting, grooming, eating, medication management)
- Domestic Activities of Daily Living (cooking, cleaning, laundry, and gardening)
- Disabilities (developmental and other)
- Community Activities of Daily Living (transport, shopping, banking)
- Equipment Prescription
- Home Safety and Mobility Assessments
- Motor scooter and Wheelchair Assessments
- Functional mobility and transfers
- Assessing and assisting people with memory changes
- Organising personal safety alarms
Who we care for
We see people of all ages from birth onwards.
Commonly asked questions
How much does it cost?
There may be a small fee. Your Occupational Therapist will discuss this with you when you arrange an appointment. NDIS participants welcome. We do not see people through Workcover or TAC.
This service is supported by the Victorian Government and the Australian Government of Health