Physical Health Conditions

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We can support you to achieve a safe, independent, high quality of life.

Do you have difficulty performing your daily activities because of complications from:

  • Diabetes, lung, circulation or heart conditions

  • Muscle or joint injury or condition

  • Spinal injury or neurological condition

  • Recent surgery

Our services can:

  • Reduce the impact of pain, fatigue, and movement restriction on your daily activities

  • Reduce the risk of injuries like falls and pressure injuries ('bed sores')

  • Prevent the loss of valued life roles and activities

Our Services

We can conduct an assessment of your falls risk and provide falls prevention advice.

Our assistive equipment and home modifications services can support your wellbeing by adjusting your home environment and the way you do things to make it safer and easier.

Our Approach

We work with you and your family and carers to provide individualised, comprehensive services that respect your personal choices, autonomy, and life experience.

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You could be eligible for government funding to cover the cost of our services, as well as the cost of home modifications or assistive equipment we recommend. Please ask us for more information.

Client Example

Marianne* lives alone and is finding it difficult to shower because of dizziness and breathlessness caused by heart disease. This makes Marianne reluctant to have her friends visit, causing her to feel depressed.

We recommended:

  • A shower chair be installed

  • Installation of grab rails, a different shower head, and widening the shower door in case Marianne wants to have someone help her shower in the future

  • Installation of a long-handled shower sponge

  • Marianne increase room ventilation when showering

  • Marianne use dry shampoo to reduce frequency of hair washing

  • Marianne dry in a terry-towelling dressing gown to reduce exertion

Our recommendations were implemented and Marianne now showers with less effort, so she can shower more often. She invites her friends to visit once a week, and feels happier now that she is socially connected again.