Let us provide you with practical preventative or restorative care that can enhance your independence at home, or help reduce the need for medical intervention or hospital visits.

Allied health in Victoria

We are challenging and advocating for an integrated care approach for all Australians in the health, community and aged care sectors. Whether at home or facilities based, we work to provide access to quality in-home care.

In partnership with APTO Group, we are now providing Home Care services in parts of Victoria, and under your funded package, you might be eligible for allied health services. Call us today to find out more on (03) 9725 3219.

We have compiled a list of considerations that we believe are important for you when seeking care. We hope this helps you on your care journey and as we grow and expand, so will our ability to provide more choice for quality home-based care in your area.

Considering Allied Health services 

Allied health and therapy services are designed to keep you comfortable and confident at home and out in your community, doing the things you love. Delivered by experienced professionals, these services should offer practical preventative or restorative care that can enhance your independence at home, or help reduce the need for medical intervention or hospital visits. Some of the common Allied Health services you may receive are listed below.

Nutrition and dietetics 

Eating a healthy and balanced diet is one of the most important ways you can maintain your overall wellbeing. Dieticians can work closely with you to provide assessments, support and tailored advice to help you achieve better health outcomes and enjoyment from food and eating.

Occupational therapy 

Your safety and wellbeing are influenced by your abilities and your environment. Occupational therapists can visit you at home to provide assessments and practical advice so you can continue doing everyday tasks you want to do. They can also recommend and source a full range of assistive technology and equipment and organise home modifications.

Physiotherapy 

Improving, maintaining and restoring your movement, balance and flexibility can help you regain strength and improve your confidence, wellbeing and independence. Physiotherapy can be provided for people with a range of conditions, and should work with you to meet your goals through physical and movement assessment, exercise and advice.

Podiatry 

The health of your feet can have a big impact on your day to day life. Mobility, comfort and stability are vital to your wellbeing, safety and independence. Podiatrists can work with you to prevent, treat and maintain foot and ankle health, helping you to stay more active, balanced and safe.

Social work 

Feeling in control of your life, your personal affairs and your surroundings contributes to your sense of security and wellbeing. Social workers can provide you with practical advice and compassionate support to help you work through your challenges and regain control of your life.

Speech pathology 

Communicating clearly and swallowing safely helps you enjoy life with your friends, family and community. Speech pathologists can provide you with advice, care and treatment in the comfort and privacy of your own home.

If you are seeking care and/or support, or need to access this service, you can contact your GP, or our experienced health and care navigators are here to assist you.

Get in touch

If you would like to know more talk to your local GP, contact My Aged Care to find out what is available in your area, or contact our experienced team who are here to help.

Allied health in New South Wales

We are challenging and advocating for an integrated care approach for all Australians in the health, community and aged care sectors. Whether at home or facilities based, we work to provide access to quality in-home care.

While we don't currently provide Allied Health services in your area, we are committed to ensuring that people have access to the right information regarding their Allied Health options where and when they need it.  

We have compiled a list of considerations that we believe are important for you when seeking care. We hope this helps you on your care journey and as we grow and expand, so will our ability to provide more choice for quality home-based care in your area.

Considering Allied Health services 

Allied health and therapy services are designed to keep you comfortable and confident at home and out in your community, doing the things you love. Delivered by experienced professionals, these services should offer practical preventative or restorative care that can enhance your independence at home, or help reduce the need for medical intervention or hospital visits. Some of the common Allied Health services you may receive are listed below.

Nutrition and dietetics 

Eating a healthy and balanced diet is one of the most important ways you can maintain your overall wellbeing. Dieticians can work closely with you to provide assessments, support and tailored advice to help you achieve better health outcomes and enjoyment from food and eating.

Occupational therapy 

Your safety and wellbeing are influenced by your abilities and your environment. Occupational therapists can visit you at home to provide assessments and practical advice so you can continue doing everyday tasks you want to do. They can also recommend and source a full range of assistive technology and equipment and organise home modifications.

Physiotherapy 

Improving, maintaining and restoring your movement, balance and flexibility can help you regain strength and improve your confidence, wellbeing and independence. Physiotherapy can be provided for people with a range of conditions, and should work with you to meet your goals through physical and movement assessment, exercise and advice.

Podiatry 

The health of your feet can have a big impact on your day to day life. Mobility, comfort and stability are vital to your wellbeing, safety and independence. Podiatrists can work with you to prevent, treat and maintain foot and ankle health, helping you to stay more active, balanced and safe.

Social work 

Feeling in control of your life, your personal affairs and your surroundings contributes to your sense of security and wellbeing. Social workers can provide you with practical advice and compassionate support to help you work through your challenges and regain control of your life.

Speech pathology 

Communicating clearly and swallowing safely helps you enjoy life with your friends, family and community. Speech pathologists can provide you with advice, care and treatment in the comfort and privacy of your own home.

If you are seeking care and/or support, or need to access this service, you can contact your GP, or our experienced health and care navigators are here to assist you on 1300 761 577.

Get in touch

If you would like to know more talk to your local GP, contact My Aged Care to find out what is available in your area, or contact our experienced team who are here to help.

Allied health in Queensland

We are challenging and advocating for an integrated care approach for all Australians in the health, community and aged care sectors. Whether at home or facilities based, we work to provide access to quality in-home care.

While we don't currently provide Allied Health services in your area, we are committed to ensuring that people have access to the right information regarding their Allied Health options where and when they need it.  

We have compiled a list of considerations that we believe are important for you when seeking care. We hope this helps you on your care journey and as we grow and expand, so will our ability to provide more choice for quality home-based care in your area.

Considering Allied Health services 

Allied health and therapy services are designed to keep you comfortable and confident at home and out in your community, doing the things you love. Delivered by experienced professionals, these services should offer practical preventative or restorative care that can enhance your independence at home, or help reduce the need for medical intervention or hospital visits. Some of the common Allied Health services you may receive are listed below.

Nutrition and dietetics 

Eating a healthy and balanced diet is one of the most important ways you can maintain your overall wellbeing. Dieticians can work closely with you to provide assessments, support and tailored advice to help you achieve better health outcomes and enjoyment from food and eating.

Occupational therapy 

Your safety and wellbeing are influenced by your abilities and your environment. Occupational therapists can visit you at home to provide assessments and practical advice so you can continue doing everyday tasks you want to do. They can also recommend and source a full range of assistive technology and equipment and organise home modifications.

Physiotherapy 

Improving, maintaining and restoring your movement, balance and flexibility can help you regain strength and improve your confidence, wellbeing and independence. Physiotherapy can be provided for people with a range of conditions, and should work with you to meet your goals through physical and movement assessment, exercise and advice.

Podiatry 

The health of your feet can have a big impact on your day to day life. Mobility, comfort and stability are vital to your wellbeing, safety and independence. Podiatrists can work with you to prevent, treat and maintain foot and ankle health, helping you to stay more active, balanced and safe.

Social work 

Feeling in control of your life, your personal affairs and your surroundings contributes to your sense of security and wellbeing. Social workers can provide you with practical advice and compassionate support to help you work through your challenges and regain control of your life.

Speech pathology 

Communicating clearly and swallowing safely helps you enjoy life with your friends, family and community. Speech pathologists can provide you with advice, care and treatment in the comfort and privacy of your own home.

If you are seeking care and/or support, or need to access this service, you can contact your GP, or our experienced health and care navigators are here to assist you on 1300 761 577.

Get in touch

If you would like to know more talk to your local GP, contact My Aged Care to find out what is available in your area, or contact our experienced team who are here to help.

Allied health in South Australia

Our caring team of experts are here to provide you with a range of allied health services personalised to your needs and in your own home.

Care and support services for independent living

It's important for your independence that you feel confident and safe in your home. Our allied health and therapy services are designed to keep you comfortable and confident at home and out in your community, doing the things you love. Delivered by experienced professionals, these services offer practical preventative or restorative care that can enhance your independence at home, or help reduce the need for medical intervention or hospital visits.

Nutrition and dietetics

Eating a healthy and balanced diet is one of the most important ways you can maintain your overall wellbeing. Our team of experienced dieticians work closely with you to provide assessments, support and tailored advice to help you achieve better health outcomes and enjoyment from food and eating.

Occupational therapy

Your safety and wellbeing are influenced by your abilities and your environment. Our team of experienced, professional occupational therapists can visit you at home to provide assessments and practical advice so you can continue doing everyday tasks you want to do. They can also recommend and source a full range of assistive technology and equipment and organise home modifications.

Physiotherapy

Improving, maintaining and restoring your movement, balance and flexibility can help you regain strength and improve your confidence, wellbeing and independence. Our professional team has experience in physiotherapy for people with a range of conditions, and will work with you to meet your goals through physical and movement assessment, exercise and advice.

Podiatry

The health of your feet can have a big impact on your day to day life. Mobility, comfort and stability are vital to your wellbeing, safety and independence. Our experienced podiatrists work with you to prevent, treat and maintain foot and ankle health, helping you to stay more active, balanced and safe.

Social work

Feeling in control of your life, your personal affairs and your surroundings contributes to your sense of security and wellbeing. Our team of qualified, experienced social workers can provide you with practical advice and compassionate support to help you work through your challenges and regain control of your life.

Speech pathology

Communicating clearly and swallowing safely helps you enjoy life with your friends, family and community. Our speech pathologists can provide you with advice, care and treatment in the comfort and privacy of your own home.

Get in touch

If you would like to know more talk to your local GP, contact My Aged Care to find out what is available in your area, or contact our experienced team who are here to help.

Allied health in Western Australia

Our caring team of experts are here to provide you with a range of allied health services personalised to your needs and in your own home.

Care and support services for independent living

It's important for your independence that you feel confident and safe in your home. Our allied health and therapy services are designed to keep you comfortable and confident at home and out in your community, doing the things you love. Delivered by experienced professionals, these services offer practical preventative or restorative care that can enhance your independence at home, or help reduce the need for medical intervention or hospital visits.

Occupational therapy

Your safety and wellbeing are influenced by your abilities and your environment. Our team of experienced, professional occupational therapists can visit you at home to provide assessments and practical advice so you can continue doing everyday tasks you want to do. They can also recommend and source a full range of assistive technology and equipment and organise home modifications.

Physiotherapy

Improving, maintaining and restoring your movement, balance and flexibility can help you regain strength and improve your confidence, wellbeing and independence. Our professional team has experience in physiotherapy for people with a range of conditions, and will work with you to meet your goals through physical and movement assessment, exercise and advice.

Podiatry

The health of your feet can have a big impact on your day to day life. Mobility, comfort and stability are vital to your wellbeing, safety and independence. Our experienced podiatrists work with you to prevent, treat and maintain foot and ankle health, helping you to stay more active, balanced and safe.

Seniors exercise park

We're proud to operate Western Australia's first purpose-built exercise park just for seniors. Work with our physiotherapists to enhance your strength, flexibility and balance by navigating obstacles and challenges common in your home and community.

Get in touch

If you would like to know more talk to your local GP, contact My Aged Care to find out what is available in your area, or contact our experienced team who are here to help.