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Therapy Services

Therapeutic Supports and Services

At Eurella our highly skilled and experienced team of allied health therapists can assist people of all ages and stages of life with a range of disability and conditions to achieve personal goals in managing everyday activities.

Our therapists are passionate about supporting your life journey. We will work with you to enhance your daily living, education, work, social and leisure activities  to improve your relationships and quality of life.

We are collaborative and our role is to enrich lifestyles, promote inclusion and strengthen the confidence, resilience and the knowledge of people with disability and their informal and formal supports. 


Therapies include:

  • Occupational Therapy
  • Speech Pathology
  • Psychology
  • Physiotherapy 


We can help with:

  • Functional Skills assessment and recommendations
  • Communication assessment and developing or prescribing communication tools and strategies
  • Early Childhood Early Intervention Services
  • School readiness and support through primary to secondary school
  • Improving self-care and household management
  • Improving access to community 
  • Supporting employment pathways through assessment, skills and training
  • Improving relationships - positive behaviour support, specialist behaviour support, developing social skills and confidence
  • Improving expressive and receptive communication
  • Assistance with augmentative and alternative communication (AAC) assessment and funding applications to the NDIS
  • Home modifications
  • Aids and equipment - prescribing and assisting with the purchase of aids and equipment
  • Mealtime safety - eating, drinking and swallowing assessments and developing mealtime management plans
  • Mobility and movement - mobility assessments, falls prevention, exercise and physical activity programs, prescription of wheelchair and mobility aids


What we offer:

  • Comprehensive assessment and screening
  • Online teleconferencing and telepractice consultation and appointments
  • Customised one-on-one therapy intervention session (can be clinic, telepractice, school or home based)
  • Centre-based assessments, services and workshops (e.g. independent living skills group, mobility improvement)
  • Consultation, training and support to family, teachers and support staff
  • Liaison with other service providers, heath professionals, teaching staff and the NDIA