How we can help
Therapy Focus is a registered service provider for the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) in Western Australia.
We offer a range of assessments to identify difficulties in a number of developmental areas.
Early Childhood Intervention Program
We support the development of young children with disabilities to increase their independence, wellbeing and participation in everyday activities.
We help people with disabilities develop their speech, reading and writing skills.
Movement & Mobility
We help people with disabilities develop their movement and mobility to increase access and independence.
Daily Living & Independence
We help people with disabilities develop daily living skills to become more independent at home, school, work and out in the community.
Our Behaviour Support Team help individuals and families manage challenging behaviours.
We help people with disabilities successfully navigate the transitions in their life such as starting school, leaving school and moving home.
Social Skills & Community
We help people with disabilities develop their social skills, form meaningful relationships and actively participate in the community.
Incontinence & Toilet Training
Our PEBBLES Team provide specialist continence advice and support to children aged 0-16 years with a disability.
Meal Time Management
We support people with disabilities who experience dysphagia and feeding issues to ensure mealtimes are safe and comfortable.
Posture & Positioning
We help people with disabilities optimise their posture and positioning to increase independence, ensure comfort and minimise any risk of injury.
School Screening & Profiling
We help schools deliver intervention programs for students with learning and developmental difficulties.
Aids & Equipment
We prescribe, source funding and assist with the purchase of aids and equipment for people with disabilities and their families.
We prescribe and source funding for home modifications for people with disabilities and their families.
Parent Carer Support
Our MyTime support groups provide an opportunity for parents and carers to socialise, share ideas, experiences and find out about available community support.