The Potential Ability Group provides Occupational Therapy services across the lifespan. Our services include supporting children, young adults and anyone accessing the NDIS, through to clients over the age of 65 as well as younger clients accessing Department of Veterans Affairs or Lifetime Support Authority funding - enabling for our clients’ the freedom of independent, dignified, and sustainable living and endeavours to support a positive quality of life.
We do this by focusing on what our clients need, and/or want to do in their everyday lives. There are many benefits to Occupational Therapy, and this looks different depending on the individual, but can be as humble as tying a shoelace, exploring new foods, living safely at home, or being positively and productively involved in learning or the community environment.
We conduct Occupational Therapy sessions for clients at school, home, or other therapeutically beneficial locations as we believe it is important that our therapists can observe clients in their own environment and better understand the challenges that they are facing. It also allows the therapist to plan sessions with the available tools and spaces in mind.
For a fuller picture of the options available for you, you can review our full list of services and the variety of potential funding supports.
We are 'committed to supporting ability' by encouraging participation with meaningful activities and truly believe that all our clients have the potential to ‘do’ and achieve their goals. We aim to provide a high quality, well informed, efficient, community-based therapy service – this means our friendly team of therapist’s travel to you and complete assessments, support and/or therapy within the context of your life, no sitting about in waiting rooms or travelling long distances for appointments.
We support local communities, not only through expanding the quality health services available, but by supporting local organisations, teams, and businesses. Please get in touch if you have an innovative suggestion on how we can work together on a community project.