NDIS Disability Services
Enabling you to
live life to the fullest.
You can achieve your NDIS goals with Optimum. Our team of qualified practitioners are experienced in aligning treatment programs to your NDIS Plan, so you can be confident of reaching your goals sooner. Your happiness and independence is our number one objective.
I have increased my identifiable sounds from 46% to 88%.
TOROUSKEH, NDIS Speech Pathology Client
Individualised Programs aligned to your NDIS goals
Every NDIS plan recipient receives a free upfront discovery session to build a customised treatment plan across our range of services. We know you’ve already put a lot of hard work into completing your NDIS plan. To make things easy and clear for you, we align the treatment plan to your NDIS Capacity Building Budget.
Meet your Capacity Building Goals
Improved Health & Well-Being
Including exercise or diet advice to manage the impact of your disability. We develop very customised exercise and nutrition plans based on your personal needs based on our clinical experience.
We focus on treating current physical conditions along with implementing preventative measures to avoid future injury or complications.
Assessment, training or therapy to help increase your skills, independence and community participation. These services can be delivered in groups or held individually either in our studios, in your home or by telehealth when required.
Support to obtain and retain appropriate accommodation. Our Occupational Therapists are experts with assistive technology and not only help assess what assistive devices are needed, they also build them into your home living routines.
Our studios can help simulate an appropriate living environment that we can help you replicate in your home.
We are not just an NDIS provider, we are part of your support network
Your success is our priority
All NDIS Plan participants are closely monitored by our head clinicians. Your individual program is closely monitored and overseen to ensure you are making appropriate progress to your NDIS plan goals.
Reducing complexity and paperwork
We work with your support teams such as Support Coordinators, Plan Managers and carers so that you can focus 100% on your treatment and reaching your full potential. We also assist in commencing your annual NDIS plan review.
Flexible treatment options
We believe the best treatment for all clients is within our custom-designed, state of the art studios. However, for times when coming to our studios is not possible, we offer a comprehensive in-home and telehealth service.
Fully accessible, state-of-the-art studio facilities
Our facilities include a large rehabilitation gym with plenty of equipment, a hydrotherapy pool with underwater treadmills, and multiple treatment, motor-sensory, therapy and paediatric rooms. These facilities are fully disability equipped and accessible – with ceiling hoists to get disabled individuals into our pool, showers and chairs, mobility aids, ramps and wheelchair lifts.
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Designed around your disability
State-of-the-art studios, safe in-home treatment and easy to use teleconference facilities. No matter your needs we have your treatment covered.
NDIS Frequently asked questions
What happens when my NDIS plan funding ends?
We work with you or your NDIS Plan Manager to ensure funding for your necessary ongoing treatment is not disrupted. By ensuring appropriate plan reviews occur and sufficient information is supplied we can avoid plan funding being halted unexpectedly.
How do I commence my NDIS plan review?
The National Disability Insurance Agency (NDIA) will make contact to advise of the timings for your plan review. This usually occurs every 12 months. It is advisable to make contact with the NDIA 6 weeks prior to the 12-month period being reached. We can help contribute to your plan review highlighting your progress towards your goals.
Living your Optimum life
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