A dynamic service offering occupational therapy and music therapy catering to private individuals, NDIS participants, private and public organisations.
Providing a quality service, specifically tailored to meet your requirements. Assisting people to manage their everyday activities, promoting dignity and independence.
Music therapy is defined by the Australian Music therapy Association Inc (AMTA) as a research-based practise and profession in which music is used to actively support people as they strive to improve their health, functioning and wellbeing.
Registered Music Therapists (RMT’s) are skilled musicians who are trained to understand how music impacts behaviour, cognitive processes and emotions.
They work collaboratively with individuals to decide on goals to be addressed in music therapy, facilitate music experiences in which people can participate comfortably and evaluate the benefits of music to people’s health and well being. (Australian Music Therapy Association).
Occupational therapy (OT) is a degree-based health profession, regulated by the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA).
Occupational therapists use a whole person perspective to work with individuals, groups and communities to achieve optimal health and wellbeing through participation in the occupations of life
The term ‘occupation’ is used to describe all the everyday things we do in our life roles, but also the things we do to be who we are, the things we do to create a meaningful life and to engage with wider society and culture. (OT Australia)
** Comprehensive functional capacity assessments can be provided to identify and document funding needs for NDIS plans or other schemes including outlining capacity building funding requirements, core supports and care needs.
** Goal Planning with individuals and /or their families to ascertain priorities and areas of concerns.
** Sensory Profile Assessment and Recommendations
** Work Capacity Evaluation Assessment and Recommendations
2. SKILL BUILDING
** Intervention using occupational therapy and music therapy techniques to encourage, enhance and maximise independence and engagement in a person’s life. This may include community access, personal and domestic tasks, emotional and sensory regulation, communication, gross and fine motor function, finance management, transitions and workplace access.