NDIS Therapeutic Supports

Disability Health Point aims to improve function, skills and independence. Therapeutic Supports assist with activities of daily life, like, personal care, moving around, communicating with others, building good relationships and participating in the community.

NDIS Counselling


Psychologists provide services and support for participants with an NDIS plan who struggle to achieve their goals due to mental health, behavioural or emotional difficulties. Psychologists can provide assistance with:

  • Assessment of cognitive or intellectual functioning, to support a better understanding of the challenges you face and facilitate more effective intervention
  • NDIS report writing
  • Support and intervention of cognitive difficulties, such as problems with memory, attention, and planning
  • Support with the adjustment to a new health condition or with challenges related to a lifelong disability
  • Strategies to improve emotional regulation, inclusive of anger, anxiety, or sadness
  • Skills to facilitate social interactions, social communication, and connections with others

If your needs are not mentioned in the list above. please contact us and we will get back to you as soon as possible.

NDIS Speech Pathology services and supports

Speech Pathology

Speech pathologists are work to improve the quality of life of anyone who has difficulties with communicating or swallowing. Speech pathologists can help with:

  • Speech — correct production of the sounds in words
  • Language — speaking and understanding others efficiently
  • Voice — using the vocal cords to produce speech effectively
  • Fluency — stuttering and cluttering
  • Literacy — reading and writing
  • Swallowing – safely consuming food and drinks
NDIS occupational therapist services and support

Occupational Therapist

Occupational therapists (OTs) work with people living with permanent and significant disability to assist them meet their goals, be independent with their day-to-day tasks, and to lead healthy lives. Some things that OTS can assist you with may include:

  • Functional Capacity Assessment & Reports
  • Assistive Technology Assessment & Reports
  • Assessing your home and ability to perform tasks
  • NDIS report writing
  • Motor skills development to help with tasks such as feeding, brushing teeth, dressing, tying shoelaces, etc.
  • Hand-eye coordination treatment to help a patient improve their ability to work, play sport and engage in other leisure activities
  • Develop techniques to allow a patient to safely get behind the wheel of a car
  • Self-regulation and emotional management techniques
  • Memory aids for those suffering memory loss
  • Pain and fatigue management
  • Provide consultation for Assistive Technology and home modifications such as bath rails, wheelchairs, kitchen aids etc.

If you do not see your needs in the list above, please contact us and we will get back to you as soon as possible.

NDIS Physiotherapy therapeutic supports


Physiotherapy services can be provided to you based on your goals and needs to address and improve your physical abilities to perform day-to-day activities. Physiotherapy services may include:

  • Assessment of your current ability
  • NDIS report writing
  • Pain management
  • Rehabilitation post-surgery
  • Advice on managing your condition
  • Home or centre-based exercise program
  • Strengthening exercises
  • Improving flexibility
  • Massage

If you do not see the service you require above, please contact us and we will get back to you as soon as possible.

biomechanical assessment to fix the way you walk


Podiatrist help prevent and treat a wide range of lower limb issues. This can help you move better and engage in more physical activity to live your best life. Your Podiatrist can provide you with:

  • Assessment of your pain or issue
  • NDIS report writing
  • General foot nail and skin care (cutting and filing nails, getting rid of any hard skin, corns and calluses)
  • Ingrown toenail procedures
  • Fungal nail infection treatment
  • Problems walking (tip toe walking, in-toeing, cerebral palsy, tight leg muscles and more)
  • Pain management in legs
  • Massage
  • Strengthening & stretching exercises
  • Footwear recommendations and supply
  • Custom orthotics to improve the way you walk
  • Rehabilitation for legs and feet to improve walking
  • Assistive technology for home rehabilitation

If you do not see the service you require above, please contact us and we will get back to you as soon as possible.


  • NDIS Household Tasks support worker helping participant with home duties

    Household Tasks

    • Cleaning
    • Tidying
    • Laundry
    • Folding Clothes
    • Vacuuming
    • Mopping
    • Food Preperation
    • Yard Maintenance
  • NDIS assist travel transport

    Travel & Transport Assistance

    • Medical Appointments
    • Health Appointments
    • School or Classes
    • Shopping
    • Gym or Exercise
    • Airport Transfer
    • Social Events
  • Community participation NDIS

    Community Participation

    • Sports
    • Activities
    • School or Classes
    • Excursions
    • Swimming
    • Hobbies
    • Friends Gathering
    • Beach Days
  • NDIS physiotherapy therapeutic Supports allied health professional

    Therapeutic Supports

    • Physiotherapy
    • Occupational Therapist
    • Podiatrist
    • Assessment
    • NDIS Reports
    • Health Treatment
    • Foot Healthcare
    • Massage
  • NDIS Custom made footwear custom made orthotics

    Custom Prosthetics

    • Custom-Made Shoes
    • Custo-Made Orthotics
    • Medical Footwear
    • Ankle Foot Orthotics
    • Leg Length Difference
    • Foot Problems
    • Leg Problems
  • NDIS Assistive Products For Personal Care And Safety

    Assistive Products

    • Shower Chairs
    • Health Consumables
    • Assistive Technology
    • Child Care Seat
    • Walking Frame
    • Adjustable Bed
    • Lounge Chairs


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