Occupational Therapists (OTs) work with people of all abilities and all ages to do the things they want to and need to do through the use of therapeutic activities and equipment.

They can help you to increase your independence, wellbeing and quality of life.

The Occupational Therapist (OT) provides:

– Assessments on home safety and equipment

– Advice on how to manage at home

– Support, education and information for clients and carers

– Advice on aids and equipment (including wheelchairs and scooters)

– Advice on home and vehicle modifications

– Assessment for personal alarms

– Group programs

An Occupational Therapist can help you to:

Care for yourself

  • Showering and bathing
  • Dressing and grooming
  • Eating and drinking
  • Toileting

Manage at home

  • Preparing meals
  • Cleaning

Prevent falls

Access your community

  • Driving advice
  • Using public transport

Link to support services

Manage memory loss or confusion

How do I get an appointment?

We provide Occupational Therapy to older, frail and younger people with disabilities and their carers who live, work or study in Brimbank, Wyndham and Hobsons Bay.

Contact your nearest IPC Health campus. You may be put on a waiting list.

Older Australians (aged 65 and over and Aboriginal people aged 50 and over) need to contact My Aged Care or call them on 1800 200 422 to access this service. Remember to ask for IPC Health as your preferred service provider when you contact My Aged Care.

Is there a fee?

A fee may apply to this service. If you can’t pay, please speak to reception.

Can I have an interpreter?

Yes. Ask if you need an interpreter. Interpreters are free.

Occupational Therapy for Children

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