What is Occupational Therapist?
An occupational Therapist is a professional who uses a whole person approach, working closely to help them achieve daily tasks with a sense of feeling the accomplishment and purpose. The term occupation in occupational treatment refers to the ordinary activities that individuals do without anyone else, in their families and inside the community to utilises their time. These everyday occupations give meaning to life and occupational therapists help individuals who need it to do all the things they need to do and are relied upon to do throughout everyday life.
What we offer (including our registered NDIS categories):
|Registration Group Name||Support Category No.||Support Category Name||Support Item No.||Support Item Description|
|Therapeutic Supports||15||Improved daily living skills||15_056_0128_1_3||Assessment, Recommendation, Therapy And/Or Training (Incl. AT) – Other Therapy|
Reason for occupational therapist?
A occupational therapist will be required if you are struggling to perform everyday tasks, negatively impacting your independence. Occupational therapy will need to be as part of your NDIS plan.
Prime examples condition will include
If you or your family needs help with exercises of day by day living
If you or family member have acquired a physical issue and need to devise better approaches to perform undertakings
If you or your family member have a disability and need to your home condition adjusted appropriately
If you or your family member have been harmed or have developed a sickness that results in you needing a wheelchair or other support, and you need assistance figuring out how to utilise the new equipment.
If you or your family member needs improving fine motor skills, strength, and coordination.