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Australian Health Professionals Adult Therapy

About

Australian Health Professionals (AHP)  Disability & Home Care is a nationally registered service provider in the NDIS and HCP sectors. We are proud to be a one-stop solution for all allied health needs.

The AHP difference gives you the assurance that you will always receive a reliable, experienced and timely service. The AHP difference includes:

  • No waiting lists
  • Specialising in complex referrals
  • Multilingual clinicians (over 200 spoken languages)
  • Servicing rural and remote areas Industry knowledge

Participants who utilise an AHP Therapy assist have a better chance of not just stretching their NDIS plan money farther, but also getting more regular therapy.

 

THERAPY ASSISTANTS  provide participant’s with:

  • Implementing therapy sessions prescribed by qualified therapists designed to address functional decline and increase independence and quality of life. 
  • Completing progress notes/documentation.
  • Developing client resources.
  • Liaising with other professionals.
  • Work independently and alongside senior therapists.

 

 

POSITIVE BEHAVIOUR SUPPORT

Behaviour support strategies begin with a functional assessment and then work with you, your family and or support team to develop a behaviour support plan. The behaviour support practitioner can also train your support team to implement the behaviour support plan and review the plans as your needs change.

We Will Make a Difference in Your Life 

  • Functional Behaviour Assessments
  • We will put a Service agreement for signing
  • Comprehensive or Interim Behaviour Support Plans
  • Behaviour Support Plan Implementation & Training
  • Behaviour Support Plan Review

 

Our clinicians value a team-based approach and will work collaboratively with those living with a disability, their family members, friends, and other allied health teams to ensure they receive a holistic support plan that meets their specific needs.

 

 

SPEECH THERAPY

AHP’s speech therapists provide participant’s with:

  • Speech Assessments
  • Swallowing Support
  • Educate your family and other supports on your communication strengths and weaknesses
  • Communication tools and technology
  • Communication skills
  • Augmentative and Alternative Communication
  • Social communication skills
  • Voice Therapy
  • Literacy skills

 

 

PSYCHOLOGY

AHP value holistic approach to participant’s care, therefore they communicate with participant’s support network including engaged Allied Health Providers. This approach ensures that all the participant’s needs are appropriately addressed, and the participant is well supported.

AHP’s Psychologists provide participant’s with:

  • Comprehensive psychological assessment to identify participant’s specific needs
  • Ongoing psychological treatment to address participant’s mental health and behavioural concerns.
  • General mental health assessment and diagnosis (Anxiety, Depression, PTSD)
  • Cognitive assessments and diagnosis
  • Personality assessments
  • Autism spectrum assessments

 

 

DIETETICS

Our dieticians assist people of all ages to achieve their nutrition goals with a range of assessments and services including:

  • Empowering disabled children and adults with the knowledge they need to better manage their health
  • Nutrition education on planning and preparation of appetising and nutritious meals
  • Practical resources and methods to assist with eating, feeding and cooking
  • Nutrition education and guidance around treating a range of health conditions
  • Creating enjoyable meals while working around allergies and intolerances
  • Managing appetite and weight loss
  • Guidance on fixing suitable meals including how to choose suitable foods from vendors

 

PODIATRY

Our podiatric services and assessments include:

  • Treatment plans for pathological nails of participants who are at high risk of developing complications if left untreated
  • Recommendation of preformed or customised orthoses (insoles)
  • Specialist footwear advice, assessment, and recommendations
  • Assessment of neurological and vascular conditions
  • Biomechanical assessment for paediatric and adult participants including gait analysis, joint and muscle testing

 

EXERCISE PHYSIOLOGY

AHP’s exercise physiologists assist participant’s with:

  • Exercise programs
  • Improve mental health
  • Falls prevention
  • Weight management
  • Sleep quality
  • improve cardiovascular function, body composition, and flexibility.

 

PHYSIOTHERAPY

Our physiotherapy advice and assessment services include:

Strength and mobility support and assessment
Exercise tolerance for weight loss
Understanding and support of your daily activities (eating, bathing and more)
Alleviate pain and chronic conditions
Care on how to use supportive equipment such as wheelchairs, orthotic devices, walking frames or other adaptive equipment

 

Our physiotherapists are experts at assessing, diagnosing, and treating a number of conditions that can limit your physical function and performance.

  • Musculoskeletal Rehabilitation
  • Sports Injury Screening
  • Post-operative Programs
  • Pre-employment Screening

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  • Functional Assessments
  • Manual Therapy Technique
  • Dry Needling & Cupping
  • Biomechanical Analysis
  • Sports Straping & Taping

Key Conditions

  • ACL Tears
  • Ankle Sprains
  • Headaches and Migraines
  • Back Pain
  • Bursitis
  • Cervical Whiplash
  • Rotator Cuff Injuries
  • Sciatica

 

ADULT THERAPY

               

 

 

 

 

 

 

        

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Services

Support
  • Social Worker
Allied Health (Therapies)
  • Dietician
  • Exercise Physiology
  • Occupational Therapy
  • Physiotherapy
  • Podiatry
  • Positive Behaviour Support Plan
  • Psychology
  • Speech Therapy
  • Therapy Assistant

Additional Information

Gender of attendants
Gender of Attendants: 
Male
Female
Complex Needs Supported
Behaviours of concern

Disability Specialities

Delivery Options
  • Mobile
  • Online
Payment Types
NDIS
Service Locations
Ages Supported
Young People (18-21 years)
Adults (22-59 years)
Mature Age (60+ years)
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Great Clinician
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DZ
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Great for my son
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