38 Limestone Street
Ipswich, QLD 4305
- Wheelchair accessible
- Onsite parking available
Welcome to Better Rehab Ipswich
Proudly helping all residents nearby the Bremer River redefine possible, our Better Rehab Ipswich office is conveniently located on Limestone Street, nearby the train station. From here, our team of skilled and passionate occupational therapists, speech pathologists, physiotherapists, exercise physiologists and positive behaviour support practitioners provide in-home, in-clinic and telehealth services you need to meet your needs and achieve your goals.
Learn more about Better Rehab Ipswich Allied Health services
Better Rehab Ipswich’s skilled Occupational Therapists work with participants ages between six and 65 (as well as family and carers) to provide tailored Occupational Therapy to support you at home, at work and in the community. We support you in finding ways to enhance your day-to-day life and social connectivity.
We can help you make changes to your home so you can move around with greater ease, and prescribe assistive technology or devices. We can offer support if you are diagnosed with conditions such as Autism Spectrum Disorder or Autism to help you meaningfully engage with activities that matter most to you.
At Better Rehab Ipswich, we believe independence and mobility are key aspects of good health and wellbeing. So our skilled Physiotherapists help adults and children get the most out of life by providing a range of tailored and proven treatments and therapies.
They will help you improve your mobility, balance, movement, posture, strength, coordination and management of chronic conditions. In your home or in our clinic, we’ll thoroughly assess your abilities and work with you on a tailored Physiotherapy plan to help you achieve your goals.
Better Rehab Ipswich Positive Behaviour Support Practitioners provide a person-centred approach to behaviour that is focused on improving quality of life and reducing behaviours of concern. We work closely with you and your family, carers and support networks (and with other service providers like your Occupational Therapist) to develop intervention plans and strategies that allow you to live your best life.
Our team can help prepare you for school, work or other social activities, assist in developing communication and social skills, and build your mental health, flexibility and resilience.
At Better Rehab Ipswich, we understand that it can sometimes be difficult to receive support in person. Our Telehealth services give you access to the highest standards of expert care through simple, user-friendly technology. This means you can receive therapy or be assessed without the need for travel or physical contact.
At Better Rehab Ipswich, our Speech Pathologists help adults and children who have difficulties or impairments in speech (articulation of sounds), receptive language (understanding language), expressive language (using language), social communication, voice, fluency (stuttering), literacy and swallowing.
We tailor therapy and support services to participants and their families, friends and carers, and prescribe Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC) where necessary. Better Rehab Speech therapy services may benefit you if you have been diagnosed with a neurological condition, an intellectual or developmental delay or hearing impairment.
Our Ipswich clinicians believe everyone, regardless of ability or lifestyle, can benefit from regular activity and healthy eating. Our Exercise Physiologists can help you be more active by improving your fatigue levels, coordination, balance, strength, endurance and mental health.
They work with you to improve your wellbeing in ways you enjoy and which are safe for you. Our programs are tailored to your individual needs and focused on making you feel safe and comfortable.
Better Rehab Ipswich provides specialist support to infants, children and young people up to the age of 16. Our team of clinicians partner with you as the parent, carer or guardian to set meaningful goals (relating to home and school tasks, building relationships and friendships, and taking part in your local community) for your child’s development, and support you in helping them achieve those goals.
We can offer support and help for participants diagnosed with conditions such as Autism Spectrum Disorder to meaningfully engage with activities and overcome challenges.