Access Foundation offers three essential therapy, including Occupational Therapy (to injured, ill, people with disability), Physiotherapy (to wounded, ill, people with disability), and Speech Therapy (to people having swallowing, speaking, and talking issues) overcome everyday activities obstacles. We have experienced therapists that ensure patients develop the required skills in the best possible ways.
Functional capacity assessments
Supported Independent Living (SIL) assessments
Specialized Disability Accommodation (SDA) assessments
Minor and complex home modifications
Sensory processing assessment and intervention
Looks at the person as a whole self and what their total physical ability is Physiotherapists help people affected by injury, illness, or disability through movement and exercise, manual therapy, education, and advice.
They maintain health for people of all ages, helping patients to manage pain and prevent disease.
Physiotherapists are experts in the structure of the human body and its movement.Physiotherapists help people affected by injury, illness, or disability through movement and exercise
Comprehensive mobility assessment
Tailored exercise and functional rehabilitation programs
Hydrotherapy/ Rehab GYM
Prescription of mobility aids and equipment
Pain management and injury recovery services
Falls prevention program
We are proud to be recognized as the best NDIS Speech Therapy Provider in Australia! At Access Foundation, our Speech Pathologists hold a current membership with Speech Pathology Australia. They are able to provide a range of services to children and adults across the full range of disabilities.
Our Speech pathologists work collaboratively with the participant, their families, and other allied health to set goals and provide evidence-based NDIS speech therapy to facilitate change.
Ensure the best possible exercise and fitness regimen with our allied NDIS Exercise Physiologists!
Exercise Physiologists (EPs) work with a person to provide individually tailored exercise interventions to improve physical function and wellbeing. Exercise Physiologists use an evidence-based approach to design, deliver, and review exercise programs based upon a person’s individual goals and characteristics for effective management of chronic conditions. Research shows that exercise can prevent health-related diseases and promote physical and mental health.
“If exercise could be packaged in a pill, it would be the single most widely prescribed and beneficial medicine in the nation.”
Cardiovascular and metabolic conditions
Comprehensive physical screening
Deliver evidence-based exercise rehabilitation programs
Reduce the risk of health-related disease
Hydrotherapy, rehab gym, group fitness classes
Our accredited dietitian recognises eating and nutrition beyond basic survival needs – they are also ways to respect personal choices and achieve health and overall well-being. She uses person-centred and collaborative approaches to meet special nutrition needs, individual preferences and eating habits. She assesses nutrition needs and tailors nutrition care plans for people living with disabilities.
Our dietitian helps individuals manage any pre-existing diseases as part of treatment or delay their progression. She supports individuals in overcoming physical and psychological barriers and preventing long-term health issues by building skills to achieve healthy eating.
Medical nutrition therapy (cancer, kidney, respiratory, heart, diabetes, malnutrition, gastrointestinal, post-surgical and spine and bone injuries) and chronic disease management
Nutritional risks and malnutrition management
Healthy eating habits
Meal plan setting
Fussy eating support
Career and support worker training
Social Work services funded under the National Disability Insurance
Scheme (NDIS) can assist participants with:
Complex problem solving Interpersonal skills and relationship building Managing emotions and behaviours Identifying strengths and developing resilience Self management skills Adjustment, grief, loss and coping Psychosocial disability (mental health) Accommodation and tenancy support Biopsychosocial assessments Plan review reports.