Home visits for adults living in Canberra, Queanbeyan, and nearby areas.
Call, send us an email, or use our web enquiry form.
Assisting NDIS participants with Plan or Self Managed funding.
Servicing private clients, Home Care Package holders, and providing My Aged Care - CHSP services.
Contact your funding body to confirm rebates and fee coverage for our services.
Who We Are
Our therapists are highly experienced, and have worked in a number of government agencies throughout their careers.
This means we know how to navigate the array of local network of community and government supports for our clients.
Joanne has a strong interest in assisting older people to stay safe and well at home.
She is especially interested in housing design to prevent falls and maintain safety and independence.
Joanne is highly qualified and experienced in home modifications and can advise on Ageing in Place design, dementia friendly environments, all kinds of home modifications designs, and public building access.
She is a qualified Livable Housing Guidelines Assessor and is Home Modifications Australia member.
Joanne is a certified LiFE falls prevention program practitioner.
Joanne is also a COPE dementia support program practitioner, able to support people with dementia and their families to adapt and manage changes in abilities and behaviours related to dementia.
Sherelle has a strong interest in assisting older people to maintain quality of life living at home.
She has worked with older people at home and in nursing homes, and is especially knowledgable about vision impairment.
Sherelle is very knowledgeable about the little things in life, and has great advice about assistive aids and techniques that can help with personal care, meal times, and moving about at home.
She can also help adapt a wide array of hobbies for people with impaired dexterity and low vision!
Sherelle is a certified LiFE falls prevention program practitioner.
Sherelle is also a COPE dementia support program practitioner, able to support people with dementia and their families to adapt and manage changes in abilities and behaviours related to dementia.
Yvonne has a keen interest in assisting older people to maintain safety and independence at home.
Yvonne has worked with older people at home and in hospital, where she helped establish OT services for the emergency department, and went on to hold a clinical educator's role.
Yvonne is very knowledgeable about home modifications and assistive technology.
- Falls prevention strategies, advice and individualised home-based balance and strengthening exercise programs.
- Strategies and activities to support every day function and behaviour change in dementia
- Assistive equipment and home modifications advice and recommendations
- Detailed home modifications proposals (specifications and diagrams) for your builder
- Arrange trials, short term loan or hire of assistive equipment
- Connection to a builder or equipment supplier to obtain advice and quotes
- Occupational Therapy reports:
- general needs assessment
- medicolegal advice
We are hiring!
If you are an Occupational Therapist looking to strengthen your expertise in working with older people, we’d like to hear from you!
We're looking for permanent, full time or part time Occupational Therapists.
This would be a great role for an early-career OT with 2-3 years experience seeking their next career step, or an experienced OT looking to specialise in services for older people.
We may be able to support you to gain relevant qualifications e.g. home modifications, falls prevention, manual handling, upper limb therapy, oedema management, and dementia interventions.
You’ll be providing a range of home-based OT services for older people including:
- Falls prevention
- Assistive technology
- Home modifications
- Simple functional assessment
- Dementia interventions
There is opportunity help develop innovative clinical programs either in conjunction with other allied health services, or as standalone OT services.
What we offer:
- Above Award pay + annual bonus for the right person
- Flexible working hours and a focus on positive work culture (no overtime!)
- Small, supportive team with a focus on professional development
- Diverse case load and range of clinical OT services - have a say in referral allocation