Allied health: improved daily living

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Therapy support that's right for you. 

What is it?

Allied health is support from an occupational therapist, physiotherapist and/or speech pathologist for people with all types of disabilities.

We provide support in your home or community. 

Who can access this service?

Anyone aged 18 and over with an NDIS plan. 


Self-funded or with an NDIS plan 
Please refer to our fees page.

Do I need a referral?

No, you do not need a referral. If you are unsure of your eligibility, call the NDIS on 1800 800 110. 

For questions, speak to our NDIS community engagement coordinator. 

  • Call 1300 637 744 (MERRI H)
  • Email


Our team is based in Preston but we support you at locations that work for you.  

Get in touch

For questions, eligibility or if you have a plan and are not sure what to do next, speak to our NDIS community engagement coordinator.

  • Call 1300 637 744 (MERRI H)
  • Email

More information

What supports do you provide?

We have a team of experienced clinicians that can help with:

  • Face-to-face appointments and assessments in your home or at a location that suits you
  • Home modifications
  • Assistive Technology
  • Referrals to other services to support your health and wellbeing
  • Easy to read reports for your NDIS planner or Local Area Coordinator
  • Functional assessments to build your capacity and independence

How do I access this support?

You will need to have 'improved daily living' showing on your NDIS plan.

What is the National Disability Insurance Scheme?

The National Disability Insurance Scheme (known as the NDIS) is a new national Government initiative for people living with a permanent and significant disability. The scheme provides lifelong support, where people have more choice and control over how they receive services. Supports may include allied health and therapy services, equipment, personal care, domestic help, and getting involved in the community.

This service is funded by the Federal Government