NDIS Therapeutic Supports
Find a list of NDIS Therapeutic Supports . There are currently some Therapeutic Supports providers offering a range of services.
The NDIS funds the provision of therapeutic supports for participants over the age of 7. The goal of therapeutic supports is to help participants apply their skills to daily activities so that they can achieve independence and accomplish their personal goals. With the help of therapeutic supports, NDIS participants can fulfill their potential in areas like personal care, communication, mobility, community engagement, exercise, language, eating, and social interactions.
Psychological therapy is available through therapeutic supports. NDIS registered psychologists provide evaluations, assessments, and recommendations for individual participants. This helps participants to better understand their personal circumstances; it also helps providers determine which supports are necessary.
Occupational therapy is also available, both in terms of physical and mental health. This includes assessments to determine a participant’s abilities, as well as any potential risks and hazards associated with certain activities. Occupational therapists work closely with NDIS participants to further develop their skills so that they can perform day to day activities with confidence and independence.
Other types of therapy included in this registration group are speech pathology, early interventions, behaviour assistance, physiotherapy, and dietetics.