NDIS allied health assistant services

Allied health assistants (AHAs) help make therapy more affordable and effective. Working alongside registered clinicians, AHAs are a key part of your treatment plan.

Multidisciplinary allied health assistant support

As a registered NDIS allied health provider, our allied health assistants can support participants for any of our main disciplines.

Occupational therapy

Helping people become independent in daily tasks and improve their quality of life.

Speech pathology

Supporting participants in communication and swallowing to live life the way they want to.

Physiotherapy

Enhancing movement and function, for people to get around their home and community on their terms.

Exercise physiology

Exercise-based support for participants to improve their physical and mental capacity.

Positive behaviour support

Supporting participants to increase their independence and improve their quality of life.

Our AHAs support participants to achieve their goals. Enquire today to learn how.

Paediatric telehealth solutions

We know it can be difficult to get children and young adult participants to clinics. Visits can be disruptive for family and school time, especially if travel is involved.

That’s why we provide paediatric telehealth services, ensuring children can get the same convenient care.

Our supporting services

Telehealth

Access experienced NDIS support from home with our telehealth services.

Paediatric

Receive support from clinicians experienced in Early Childhood Approach.

In-home therapy

Bring therapy to you with our mobile services that ensure we’re always accessible.

Private paid

Allied health services for those without NDIS funding

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FAQs

What is the role of an Allied Health Assistant (AHA) in my care?
Allied Health Assistants play a crucial role in the delivery of therapy. Supervised by registered clinicians, AHAs assist in implementing your personalised treatment plan.
Once a registered clinician assesses your needs and approves a treatment plan, an AHA can be assigned to support you. The clinician will guide the AHA to ensure care is consistent with your goals and the therapy plan’s requirements.
Yes, our AHAs to provide support across all our main disciplines. This includes Occupational Therapy, Speech Therapy, Physiotherapy, Exercise Physiology, and Positive Behaviour Support. This multidisciplinary approach ensures comprehensive support tailored to your specific needs.
Our Allied Health Assistants all possess either a Diploma or Cert IV in Allied Health Assistance.
Working with an AHA enhances therapy progress by providing more frequent support. Frequency helps to maintain momentum in your progress, often leading to improved outcomes.
Our AHAs provide home visits and in-clinic sessions, offering flexibility and convenience.
There is ongoing communication between your clinician and the AHA to ensure support is aligned with your treatment plan. Clinicians oversee the AHA’s work, regularly review your progress, and adjust the plan as necessary to meet your evolving needs.
We welcome and encourage feedback on the services provided by our AHAs. If you have any concerns or wish to provide feedback, please get in touch with us directly. We are committed to ensuring your experience is positive and meets your expectations.
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