We offer comprehensive therapy services for young adults with disability.
Leaving school and entering adulthood is a big step for everyone. But for young adults who have disabilities, it can be even more daunting. We help young adults with disability navigate challenges, explore their options and participate in the activities that bring joy and purpose.
Our comprehensive therapy services are available to young adults with Autism Spectrum Disorder, intellectual, neurological and physical disabilities. Services are tailored to the unique needs of each individual and can be provided at home, in our clinics, the workplace and community settings.
To protect the health of our staff, customers and community, we’re currently providing most of our therapy services online and over the phone. We call this Teletherapy. Learn about Teletherapy.
Areas we can provides support for include:
- Moving out of home and finding housemates
- Independence and daily routines
- Money management and budgeting
- Socialising and making new friends
- Relationships and sexuality
- Health and wellbeing
- Joining recreational and sporting groups
- Getting a driver’s licence
- Further education and study
- Finding employment and developing job-specific skills
- Workplace support and advocacy
- Referral to disability employment agencies
- Using public transport
- Community access and personal safety
We believe that team work is vital to achieving positive outcomes. Our teams of therapists work collaboratively, sharing knowledge and skills across disciplines to ensure you get the best possible support.
Our therapy teams include:
- Speech Pathologists
- Occupational Therapists
- Social Workers
Our therapists not only work with the person who has a disability, they also with the key people in their life. This includes family, carers, support workers, educators, employers and other health professionals. We work to empower people by providing practical advice and strategies that develop skills, build on strengths and grow potential.
How we work
We take a transdisciplinary approach to service delivery and use a Key Worker model to ensure the children and families we work with have one main contact, but access to a network of therapists.