Therapy Focus is one of Australia’s leading providers of professional therapy services.
Since incorporation as a not-for-profit organisation in 1998, Therapy Focus has grown to become one of Western Australia’s largest disability service providers, delivering quality services to more than 2,500 children and adults with a range of disabilities.
We employ more than 250 staff including allied health certified speech pathologists, physiotherapists, occupational therapists, psychologists and social workers. Our teams work closely with families, schools, carers and the community to provide comprehensive therapy programs that help people with disabilities live the life that they want to live.
A journey with Therapy Focus is a journey in partnership. That’s why thousands of Western Australian families choose this journey each year.
We will go above and beyond to help you live the life that you want to live.
By 2017 Therapy Focus will lead innovation in therapeutic practice in Australia.
We respect the people we serve, the people we work with, the organisations we partner with, and the teamwork of all involved.
We communicate openly with people to provide relevant information that enables them to make informed decisions.
We work with courage and gain fulfilment from the courage others gain as a result of our work.
We pride ourselves on our professional integrity and strive to continuously improve the quality of our services.
Our Strategic plan
Our Strategic Plan outlines the key focus areas and strategic objectives for 2014 – 2017. The plan represents our commitment to empowering those we serve to make informed decisions that affect their lives.
Our Disability Access and Inclusion Plan
Therapy Focus is committed to helping foster an accessible and inclusive community for people with disabilities, their families and carers. Our Disability Access and Inclusion Plan has been developed in compliance with the WA Disability Services Act (1993) and is effective from June 2015 to June 2020. Strategies have been outlined within seven key outcome areas for improved access and inclusion. These strategies are flexible to allow for response to changing and emerging needs.