Accessability WA is a registered NDIS Therapy Provider in the Wheatbelt and Upper Great Southern region for participants who have NDIS funding - NDIA managed, Plan Managed and Self-Funded plans.
The Therapy Team at Accessability are passionate about making a difference to participants with disabilities within their home and the community. We assist people who experiencing challenges in their day to day living as a result of their psycho-social, physical and/or intellectual disability.
We are dedicated to providing Therapy services to individuals and their families under NDIS servicing all participants aged 7-65 years.
We can provide OT assessment including functional capacity assessments, Assistive technology assessment/prescription, standardised assessments, complete outcome measures and Occupational Therapy plans, interventions, and reviews in line with evidence-based practices. The Therapy Team will be able to access funding from ‘Improved daily living’ (CB Daily Activity) within capacity building support category. The fees set out by NDIS for Therapy are advised prior to the initial consultation.
We will always discuss this with you prior to services commencing.
All Services are person centred and tailored to persons goals and needs. Services are delivered at home, schools, and in the community and with a strong goal focused and participant focused approach:
An example of what we can offer:
Functional Capacity Assessments.
Sensory and Emotional regulation assessment and intervention.
Assistive Technology assessment, trials, and prescription e.g., equipment such as wheelchairs, bathing, showering aids, beds, gophers.
Provide advice and consultation related to Low-cost AT e.g., daily living products, products for emotional regulation.
Social skills assessment and intervention.
Fine motor skills assessment -e.g., Handwriting, use of cutlery, dressing
Psychosocial intervention– psychoeducation e.g., helping with anxiety
Pressure care and management e.g., AT
Home Access assessment and home modification assessments and reports.
What is OT
Occupational Therapists and Occupational Therapy Assistants are skilled health care professionals who use research and scientific evidence to ensure their interventions are effective. With strong knowledge of a person’s functional capacity including psychological, physical, emotional, and social , occupational Therapy practitioners can assess and evaluate how your condition is affecting you, using a person centred approach.
Our team consists of a Therapy Services Manager, and a Therapy Assistant.
Our small friendly Therapy Team works collaboratively together, provides individualised assessment and tailored Therapy plans to high practice standards within a wide scope of practice.