NDIS Occupational Therapists

In One Healthcare is home to NDIS approved and registered occupational therapists, and we’re available for OT assessments. Learn more about what our occupational therapy services entail.

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NDIS OT Providers: What is NDIS?

NDIS, which stands for National Disability Insurance Scheme, is a government-funded program aimed at providing ongoing physical therapy care and support to individuals in Australia with significant or permanent disabilities. The primary objective of NDIS is to equip people with disabilities with the necessary tools to live a normal life, and this includes occupational therapy.

At In One Healthcare, we are proud to be NDIS OT providers, and we recognise that occupational therapy plays a crucial role in helping people living with disabilities to regain their independence and achieve their goals.

Our NDIS registered occupational therapists understand that every person has unique needs and aspirations, and therefore we work closely with our clients and their families to create personalised OT treatment plans that support them in reaching their goals.

NDIS OT assessments at In One Healthcare

Our pediatric OT, mental health OT and other occupational therapy services not only help our clients improve their quality of life, but also enable them to access other aspects of life such as securing a job and accessing transportation and education services.

As NDIS approved occupational therapists, we meet strict safety guidelines that are set out by the Australian Federal Government. This means that we’re able to provide occupational therapy, physiotherapy, speech therapy and podiatry services to anyone who has NDIS funding.

At In One Healthcare, our NDIS registered occupational therapists specialise in providing care to those living with a disability, and our multidisciplinary team works collaboratively to deliver high quality services that support our clients’ goals. Our mission is to help every NDIS participant access quality occupational therapy services from the comfort of their own home or at our clinic in Roxburgh Park, Melbourne. Our friendly OT professionals will help you navigate the NDIS system to achieve the best outcome possible.

Home Safety Assessment

Assessment of the home environment of spaces and equipment that can assist you with your day-to-day activities. We provide recommendations to promote safety, independence and maxmise capacity. 

Equipment Prescription & Trials

We are trained to assess, fit and prescribe the proper assistive equipment to allow you to carry out daily activities you want and need to do. We work with you and your family to ensure that we have recommended the best way to meet your needs. 

Home Modifications

Our Occupational Therapist will work closely with relevant parties to explore home modifications to help you access and move around different area of your home. We will come and assess your home and prescribe solutions to optimise your independence and safety. These recommendations will ensure your safety and reduce the likelihood of sustaining an injury.  Home modifications can range from something as simple as introducing assistive technology products into the home environment, installing grab-rails, hand-rails to more complex changes to the structure of your home such as installing fixed wheelchair ramps and widening doorways. 

Manual Handling

Our Occupational Therapist will work closely with you and your family to explore the ways we can assist in mobility and transfers to minimise injuries and strain, and improve safety, health and well-being for everyone involved.

Community Engagement

We assess and identify barriers to community engagement and work with you and your family to enable through strategies, equipment, home modification and services to increase accessibility in the community. 
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Services we Offer

Understanding your independence


Gross motor skills

Actions and movements that involve large body muscles (e.g. torso, legs and arms)


Fine motor skills

Movements that involve smaller body muscles (e.g. hands and wrists)

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Sensory processing

Reactions and processes that receive information through senses (e.g. Sight, touch, smell, hearing and movement)


Social skills

Verbal and non-verbal communication and interactions with others (e.g. body language, gesture, facial expression, speech)


Daily living & functional skills

Required lifestyle activities (e.g. personal hygiene, cooking, and dressing)



Understanding the importance of sleep and identifying strategies to improve sleep (e.g. bedding, blackout curtains, and specific blankets)



Engaging in exciting and motivating activities to achieve goals (e.g. Sports, gardening, baking and reading)

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Customer Testimonials

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