How We Can Assist
Comprehensive in-home assessment to assist in identifying needs and support requirements with respect to Activities of Daily Living and Functional Capacity. Assists with pre-planning, plan review and plan implementation by providing clinically sound recommendations for reasonable and necessary supports, services, equipment and / or modifications required to achieve goals for independence.
Assessment, trial and prescription of equipment needs ranging from low cost / low risk solutions to complex wheelchair and seating. AT or daily adaptive equipment can aid people to improve their independence, increase functional capacity and ensure safety with the performance of daily living tasks.
Consultation and opinion regarding the need for minor home modifications such as grab rails, threshold ramps and hand held showers. Joint builder visits available to consult on more complex home modifications such as kitchen, bathroom or external access solutions. Preparation of comprehensive reporting, floor plans and drawings available.
Comprehensive OT functional assessments to assist in the application for SIL and SDA funding. Including comprehensive reporting regarding support ratios, required level of care, use of standardised assessment measures and evidence relating to SIL and SDA eligibility criteria.
Occupational Therapy intervention to assist in the development of daily living skills such as meal preparation, budgeting and money handling, developing and implementing daily routines, accessing and using transport and developing skills for volunteer or paid work.
Empowering our clients to maintain independence and mobility. Working with people living in aged care facilities as well as within their own homes, our team of experienced occupational therapists work with elderly clients to understand their strengths, weaknesses and lifestyle goals
We believe that senior citizens have earned their right to live as joyously and independently as possible. We’re here to assess what you need to live as comfortably as possible. That may be equipment, home modifications or someone to help with tasks.
Contact us to book an aged care assessment.
If you have a medical or physical condition, you may be wondering if it’s safe (or legal) for you to drive. Our occupational therapy driver assessments will review the client’s driving capacity, to determine how they can drive safely and enjoy the independence that comes with driving.
We use videoconferencing technology like Zoom, Skype or FaceTime. In many ways, it’s just like a typical OT session. We talk about the needs, challenges and mobility issues. Using a portable device like a phone, tablet or laptop, clients can show us the spaces in the home that need our evaluation and advice.