Full suite of ALLIED HEALTH services available – contact us for further information or to make a booking.
Life Choice proudly offers a full suite of Allied Health services, including:
- Behaviour Therapy
- Exercise Physiology
- Occupational Therapy
- Restrictive Practice Training
- Speech Pathology
- Social Work
All Life Choice Allied Health Professionals are qualified and registered to provide services. Life Choice’s Allied Health services are provided face-to-face in both our Hervey Bay and Maryborough offices, in home visits, school, workplace, day care, hydrotherapy, and via Zoom if a face-to-face appointment is not possible.
Contact Life Choice today on (07) 4123 6288 or contact us here to find out more.
Who We Help
Our Allied Health services are suitable for all ages and all requirements/diagnoses with an NDIS plan. Allied Health services can be for assessments, reports, AT prescriptions or ongoing therapy. A referral to Allied Health is required.
Dietitians have a broad understanding of the importance in building the right diet, and how it can significantly improve the health and well-being of the Participant. They work with people to improve their eating disorders, avoidant and restrictive food intake disorders, chronic disease management, meal preparation, cooking, meal planning, nutritional support and so much more. Dietitians can assist Participants in improving your nutritional health and thrive to be the healthiest version of themselves.
Exercise physiology interventions aim to prevent or manage acute, sub-acute or chronic disease or injury, and help in restoring a Participant’s optimal physical function, health or wellness. Exercise physiologists specialise in clinical exercise interventions for people who may be a risk of developing, or have existing, medical conditions and injuries.
Physiotherapy involves the assessment and treatment of movement deficits as well as increasing a Participant’s capacity to engage through exercise and motion.
Physiotherapists are experts in the structure of the human body and its movement. They work with people of all ages to treat a broad range of health conditions including sports injuries, musculoskeletal conditions, and chronic health conditions like diabetes, obesity, osteoarthritis, stroke, and other disease.
Social Workers can work with individuals, couples and families in a variety of ways. Social Workers can support participants to identify their values, goals and needs. In working towards addressing those needs, a Social Worker can:
- Support liaising with other organisations
- Navigating and linking in with places like Centrelink, housing, child safety and other services.
- Provide emotional support, advocacy, information and referrals.
Social workers help participants to face life’s challenges and improve their wellbeing.
What Happens Next?
While there is broad information on this page, we offer services that are tailored to you and the only way we can really know the best way to serve you is if we talk.
So Let’s sit down, have a cuppa and talk about your options.
You can give us a call on (07) 41 236 288, request a callback using the form or pop in to the office.