NDIS Allied Health Supports Sydney

NDIS Approved Therapeutic Therapies

NDIS Allied Health Supports

ADACSS Allied Health Support Services and Therapeutic support covers physical and mental treatment to improve a person’s health to be more independent, feel stronger and flexible.

It’s quite common to have therapy included in NDIS plans, but acknowledging whether you’re eligible or what kind of a therapy you should be getting can be confusing. But we’re here to get you through it! Our NDIS registered provider always ready to provide you with the therapeutic supports in Sydney.

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    What is ADACSS Allied Health Support Services?

    Therapeutic Support

    ADACSS Allied Health Support Services and Therapeutic support covers physical and mental treatment to improve a person’s health to be more independent, feel stronger and flexible.

    ADACSS Allied Health Professional Network cover all holistic approach to Therapeutic support services that covered by NDIS or you don’t need to specifically be an NDIS member to get therapeutic support.

    ADACSS Allied Health Professionals aim to diagnose and treat a range of conditions and illnesses and prevent. ADACSS Allied Health Professionals often work within a multidisciplinary professional health team to provide the best patient outcomes.

    Whilst ADACSS Allied Health Professionals are prevalent in almost all branches of healthcare, some of the more common sectors where you will see allied health professionals are in aged care, chronic disease, disability, mental health, exercise and sport, rehabilitative care and muskulo-skeletal health.

    There are many professions which are serving under ADACSS Allied Health, including but not limited to:

    Psychologist– Studies, treats and evaluates mental and behavioural processes.

    Behavioural therapy – The focus of treatment is often on current problems and how to change them.

    Speech Pathologist – Assess and treat patients who have a communication disability. Speech pathologists may also work with patients who have trouble swallowing.

    Occupational Therapist – Assist people with illness or disability to develop or maintain daily living and work skills.

    Physiotherapist – Focuses on the diagnosis, management and prevention of movement disorders and injury

    Social Worker – Helps people deal with personal and social issues through counselling, community engagement, advocacy and various programmes.

    Audiologist – Assessment, treatment and prevention of hearing and balance disorders.

    Chiropractor– Diagnose and treat physiological and mechanical disorders of the musculoskeletal system.

    Dietitian – Advises patients on nutrition for health, weight management or for specific medical conditions.

    Exercise Physiologist – Focuses on therapy and rehabilitation of injury, chronic disease and disability through exercise.

    Osteopath – Works with manipulation of the musculoskeletal system to treat and prevent injury.

    Orthotist – Prescribe, design and fit braces and other devices to aid mobility and rehabilitation, correct deformity and relieve discomfort.

    Podiatrist– Treats conditions of the feet and lower limbs.

    Some of the ADACSS Allied Health Support Services are below but not limited to

    • mental health
    • mood and anxiety disorders
    • occupational therapy
    • bereavement counselling
    • physiotherapy
    • depression management
    • adjustment and life transitions
    • challenges of ageing
    • challenging behaviours
    • parenthood

    Therapeutic support is funded by NDIS and you don’t need to pay if you are eligible according to the standards of NDIS. But what are these standards? It’s actually quite simple; it needs to be reasonable and necessary. A rule of thumb is if you can show a therapeutic service you’re willing to get will deliver an expected outcome, which aligns with your objectives in hand, it should be funded. The support differs from need to need. There are many types of therapy, ranging from speech therapy to physiotherapy. Since there are so many types of therapy that are available to you we recommend you to think about which therapies will help you achieve your goal.

    Therapeutic Support Services

    Our NDIS Therapeutic services in Sydney are dedicated to support the development of those who may have mental health issues, or need support emotionally, psychologically or socially. Our team delivers disability-related therapies without the need of a plan review thanks to our NDIS registration. Our rehabilitation therapeutic services are also dedicated to enhance the quality of living, help people achieve goals that they hope to achieve or had achieved but their mental disability interrupted them to do so.

    Early Therapeutic Support​

    Early therapy/rehabilitation support is available to both children and adults who meet the early requirements of mental treatment. Our aim is to provide support in the earliest stage of someone’s mental disability, thus diminishing the possibility of future damage. But are you eligible for early therapeutic support? In order to get early support funded by NDIS you must meet the following requirements:

    1) The person has to have one or more impairments including but not exclusively; physical, cognitive, psychological, neurological or sensory.

    2) The impairments must be, or likely to become permanent.

    3) Or the person is a child with developmental delay. When these conditions are met, the funding will be done by the NDIS organisation. Note: in certain circumstances, the conditions can be ignored, so you can reach us for further details!

    Why work with ADACSS

    All in all, our therapeutic services are here to help you get over a disability whether it’s physical or psychological. If you have any suspect whether anyone close to you might need extra provision, feel free to contact us. You can also ask any question you might need answered about our services. As the team of ADACSS, we are here to help anyone that might need help in Sydney. Get in touch by calling us at 0292327055send us an email or book online.

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    Free consultation

    We will meet with you to offer free advice and support without obligation. We pride ourselves on turning things around quickly.

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    Individual support package

    Everyone's needs and wants are different, therefore we listen to you and make a tailored plan based on your requirements.

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    Ongoing support

    Once everything has been agreed and services commence, we will discuss and feedback on changes if needed.