Older People

We believe that impairment, illness and injury do not have to be a part of ageing.

We use a restorative and re-ablement approach for rehabilitative services, but can also help you compensate for permanent impairment.

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


We can help you to:

  • Reduce the impact of physical symptoms like pain, fatigue, and movement restriction

  • Reduce the impact of vision and hearing loss

  • Reduce the impact of cognitive impairments like memory loss

  • Reduce behaviour change in dementia

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

  • Reduce the risk and impact of falls

  • Reduce risk of manual handling injury for caregivers


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 and the way you do things to make it safer and easier.

Click HERE to book an appointment with us.

Ask us for information about government funding that may cover our fees.

Client Example

Donald* lives at home with his wife Jane*. He has fed the birds in his backyard for the last 45 years. He recently had a fall on his way to the bird feeder.

Donald has dementia. The back yard is very uneven. Donald is now too anxious to participate in this activity, coinciding with a general in general frustration.

We recommended:

  • A new path with handrail from the back door to the bird feeder

  • A wheelchair for Donald to use on bad days

  • Jane contact their GP to request a medication review

  • Jane contact a community service agency for daily carer support

Donald is now able to safely feed his beloved birds, improving both his and Jane’s quality of life and their overall health and wellbeing.