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Remote Services

Therapy services for people living with disability in remote areas of Western Australia.

Our Remote Services

As Western Australia’s leading provider of professional therapy services, we deliver support to around 3,500 people living with disability, sharing every step of their journey. Our therapy teams help people with disability achieve their goals and live their best life.

Our therapy services are more accessible than ever to people living in regional and remote areas of Western Australia.

Ready to start your therapy journey? 
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Delivering services direct to you

We understand that every person is unique and tailor our services to meet the needs of each individual and their family.

That’s why we aim to deliver services to remote areas by driving or flying our therapists to you. So you can access high-quality service, no matter where you live.

This unique service allows Therapy Focus to deliver NDIS and private services to paediatric, adult, and older adult customers seeking physiotherapy, speech pathology, occupational therapy, continence management, behaviour support, mealtime management, home modifications, and assistive technology.


Geraldton and surrounds.

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Merredin, Northam, Bruce Rock and surrounds.

Goldfields - Esperance

Kalgoorlie, Esperance and surrounds.

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Teletherapy services

Teletherapy is one of the many ways we can support people living in remote areas to meet their goals.

Sometimes referred to as telehealth, it means providing therapy online using devices such as phones, tablets and computers. Where suitable, instead of meeting in person, therapists will telephone or video call to carry out a therapy session.

How we work

We take a transdisciplinary approach to service delivery and use a Key Worker model to ensure the people we work with have one main contact, but access to a network of therapists.