“Physiotherapists provide an important support service to people living with a disability and are highly trained to manage acute, non-acute, lifelong and life-limiting conditions”. (Australian Physiotherapy Association)
The National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) represents a major change in the way funding and support are delivered for people with a disability. Under the NDIS you can tailor your own package to meet your personal goals and needs. You can even control your own funds, through a self-managed plan.
We believe that all people living with a disability should have access to appropriate and high-quality physical therapy services. There are varying levels of disabilities that require input from a wide range of health professionals.
How We Can Help
Our experienced staff provide a holistic, collaborative and interdisciplinary approach to your total well-being that is client-centred and goal-focused. We work together to provide you with the best and most appropriate care for optimal results, offering a team approach to achieve your goals.
Our staff and admin team will work to ensure that you are looked after, we will phone to follow up and make sure that you are happy with your appointment times and discuss progressions in your treatment every step of the way. we have administrative staff available throughout clinic hours who can discuss any questions, concerns you may have, or changes you wish to make with your treatment plan.
The services we offer that are funded under the NDIS are:
We currently accept NDIS clients who are either plan-managed, self-managed or a combination of both. As we are not an accredited NDIS provider, we are currently unable to accept NDIA-managed clients.
If you are unsure about the NDIS, your NDIS plan, or how to schedule an appointment, please phone reception on 5495 3255. To find out if you are eligible for the NDIS visit https://www.ndis.gov.au/applying-access-ndis/am-i-eligible
All clients attending the clinic under a NDIS plan will first be scheduled for an intake call with our practice manager and either the client, a family member or support worker. This is to get some background information and go over a few policies and procedures, from here we can book an initial appointment.
Booking Your Appointment
NDIS initial appointments are 1 hour. This allows us to assess, get to know you and gather all the information we need to ensure we can design the best treatment plan for you.
Following this initial appointment, your therapist will then be able to discuss with you your options for therapy, recommendations, discuss possible durations for your appointments and work with you or your plan manager to ensure that we keep your options for therapy within your plan budget.