Our expert team of Allied Health Assistants is passionate about providing superior care and support, driven by an unwavering commitment to empower our clients. We don’t just implement therapy programs; we develop personalised solutions, integrating seamlessly into your daily routines, ensuring minimal disruption and maximum efficacy. Our Allied Health Assistants work closely with a team of therapists, speech pathologists, psychologists, and other medical professionals, providing you a comprehensive network of support. Together, we strive to break down barriers, facilitate the achievement of everyday goals, and foster positive changes in your life.
Delivering Personalised and Effective NDIS Approved Allied Health Assistance to Empower Your Journey to Independence
Transform Your Life with Salveo Independence: Experiencing the Power of Personalised NDIS Allied Health Assistance
A Personalised Pathway to Progress: At Salveo Independence, we believe that each journey is unique. Our Allied Health Assistants develop individualised therapeutic programs that respect your routines, preferences, and goals. We focus on what you can achieve and design strategies to guide you every step of the way.
Empowered Independence: Our services stretch beyond mere support. We empower you to take charge of your life, fostering skills like financial management, meal preparation, and community interaction. With our assistance, every day becomes a new opportunity to grow and gain confidence.
Holistic Support Network: We embrace a holistic approach, working closely with occupational therapists, speech pathologists, psychologists, dietitian's, and more. This collaboration results in an all-encompassing support system that acknowledges and addresses your diverse needs.
Convenience and Comfort: Our mobile Allied Health Assistants bring therapeutic support right to your doorstep. Whether you prefer at-home sessions or telehealth consultations, we ensure that you can access our services in your most comfortable and preferred environment.
Navigating the NDIS: Understanding the complexities of the NDIS can be overwhelming. With Salveo Independence, you have a dedicated team that not only knows the ins and outs of the system but is committed to helping you maximise your plan and ensure that your needs are met, championing your cause at every turn.
We make it easy for people with disabilities and their care teams to find and work with Allied Health Assistants
Leave the complexities of the NDIS to us. Our team is well-versed in the NDIS processes, rules, and regulations. We're dedicated to helping you get the most out of your NDIS plan, always prioritising your needs and advocating for your interests.
Your journey to finding an exceptional Allied Health Assistants (AHAs) is our utmost priority.
Salveo Independence is a leading provider of therapeutic services focused on meeting the needs of children and adults living with disability in our community. As a registered National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) provider, we offer Occupational Therapy,
Physiotherapy, Functional Assessments, Speech Pathology, Early Childhood Intervention,Psychology & Allied Health Assistants
An Allied Health Assistant (AHA) can plays a pivotal role in enhancing the quality of life for people with disabilities
In the context of the NDIS (National Disability Insurance Scheme) in Australia, AHAs play an essential role in providing services that help people with disabilities achieve their goals and live fulfilling lives.
AHAs work under the direction of various Allied Health professionals, such as Occupational Therapists, Speech Pathologists, Physiotherapists, etc. They assist in implementing therapeutic interventions, helping individuals manage and improve their physical or cognitive conditions.
AHAs often focus on improving the skills necessary for daily living, helping individuals become more self-reliant. This could include activities like personal care, mobility, cooking, cleaning, or other household tasks.
For individuals with speech or social interaction difficulties, AHAs can assist with speech therapy exercises or provide support in social situations, facilitating better communication and social integration.
For individuals with physical disabilities or those needing physiotherapy, AHAs can assist with exercises and mobility tasks, promoting physical health and wellbeing.
The presence of a caring, supportive AHA can be a source of comfort and stability for individuals navigating the challenges of living with a disability. AHAs often build strong relationships with those they care for, providing emotional support and encouragement.
Each individual has unique needs and goals. AHAs help deliver personalised therapy programs designed by healthcare professionals, ensuring each person gets the most out of their therapy and achieves their personal goals.
An Allied Health Assistant is a trained professional who works under the direction and supervision of an allied health professional such as a physiotherapist, occupational therapist, or speech pathologist. They provide therapeutic and program-related support to these professionals, enhancing the effective delivery of allied health services.
Duties of an Allied Health Assistant can vary greatly depending on the area of health they are assisting in, but generally, they assist in implementing treatment plans, monitor and report patient progress, assist in group and individual therapy sessions, and perform administrative tasks. They may also prepare materials for therapy, maintain equipment, and ensure safety and comfort of patients during sessions.
In a healthcare team, an Allied Health Assistant plays a vital role in providing support to allied health professionals and enhancing the delivery of care. They work closely with professionals and patients, facilitating treatment plans and contributing to the overall health outcomes of patients. Their role bridges the gap between professional care and patient, aiding in communication, providing essential hands-on support, and ensuring continuity of care.
The support provided by an Allied Health Assistant depends largely on the patient's needs and the allied health professional they're working with. Generally, they provide support in implementing therapy programs, conducting exercises and activities, monitoring and reporting on patient progress, and assisting with administrative tasks. In the context of the NDIS, they may also assist with therapy in home or community settings, helping patients improve daily living skills and achieve their therapeutic goals.
Allied Health Assistants play a crucial role in supporting individuals with disabilities. They assist in delivering therapy programs designed to improve their skills and independence in daily activities. This could include assistance with physical exercises, speech therapy activities, occupational therapy programs, and more. They can also provide valuable support in implementing strategies to manage specific challenges associated with the individual's disability. Importantly, AHAs often spend significant time with individuals, offering emotional support and companionship. Under the NDIS, AHAs can deliver these services at home or in the community, providing flexible and person-centred support