About Us

Appointments

Home visits for adults living in Canberra, Queanbeyan, and nearby areas.

Call, send us an email, or use our web enquiry form.

Fees

We are not a registered provider for the NDIS, however we can see participants with Plan or Self Managed funding.

Registered with Medicare and a range of private health insurers.

Also seeing private clients, Home Care Package holders, and providing My Aged Care - CHSP services.
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Your funding source can confirm rebates and fee coverage for our services.

Contact us to find out more.

Who We Are

Joanne Kinsella
Director and Senior Occupational Therapist

Joanne has a keen interest in assisting older people to stay safe and well at home, particularly through the use of home modifications.

Joanne is specially trained in Livable Housing assessment, Ageing in Place design, complex home modifications design, and public building access.

She is a Home Modifications Australia member, qualified Livable Housing Assessor, trained COPE dementia support program practitioner, and trained LiFE falls prevention program practitioner.

Sherelle Wood
Occupational Therapist
Sherelle has experience working with older people in particular, as well as in home modifications and assistive equipment services.

Sherelle is a trained COPE dementia support program practitioner, and trained LiFE falls program practitioner.

Yvonne Lai
Occupational Therapist
Yvonne has experience working in hospital and community based occupational therapy services, including home modifications and assistive equipment services.

Alannah Brock
Occupational Therapy Assistant
Alannah has experience working with older people in a range of settings.

Anushka Singh, Paul Kinsella, Office Administrators

Services Available

*Not all services available to NDIS participants. Services subject to availability

What is Occupational Therapy?

Occupational Therapy is a health profession that promotes peoples’ quality of life, health and wellbeing through participation in the activities of everyday life.

Occupational Therapists work with people who have physical, cognitive or mental health conditions whose quality of life, health and wellbeing has been affected.

Occupational Therapists support people to participate in the occupations they want, need, or are expected to do:

  • Enhancing personal skills and abilities (e.g. learning new ways to manage anxious thoughts).

  • Modifying the environment (e.g. installing a ramp, adapting the role of a carer).

  • Adapting an occupation / task (e.g. redesigning the order of events for getting dressed).

Occupational Therapists see how the interaction between a person and their environment affects the way they participate in activities.

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