What is Occupational Therapy and Assistive Technology?

The overarching goal of Occupational Therapy is simple: Help patients live life to the fullest.Our aim is to work with you to enable you to participate in the day-to-day activities you want to do or need to do. Mental health issues can have a significant impact on a person’s ability to carry out everyday activities. Everyone is unique in what difficulties they experience, but some common areas of difficulty including managing emotions.

Assistive technology is an umbrella term for any equipment or aid that improves capacity building in functioning and independence, and supports a person with disability to reach their goals in the home, the community and the workplace. With the support of this technology, no matter what’s important to you, you can achieve, develop and learn just like everyone else.


Symptoms Occupational Therapy (OT) Technology and Therapy can help with:

Access Options

Our Occupational Therapy team assess your situation and provides personalised services to help you do the things you want and need to do to, in the most effective way possible. We offer these services through:

  • In-person suport – face to face with our Senior Occupational Therapist (Perth Office only) for OT Consultations and in-person Neurofeedback Brain Training sessions.clinic-based support.
  • At-home support – online Occupational Therapist (OT) Telehealth Consultations, plus access to the same Neurofeedback Brain Training technology which we use in clinic, available Australia-wide

Our Occupational Therapists work closely with NDIS participants, using the latest research and technologies in their field to assess and design rehabilitation programs that are evidenced based, efficient and effective. This ensures that you (or some one you care for) are always receiving the highest quality services.

Types of NDIS Support Budgets

Every person living with a disability has different needs. NDIS funding provides NDIS participants with with the supports needed for your disability and help work towards your specific goals. Funding is based on what is ‘reasonable’ and ‘necessary’ to pursue your goals, in addition to the support provided by family, friends, and other community and government services. There are three types of support budgets that may be funded in your NDIS plan (as explained below). If you are not sure which type of support you have access to just contact us and we can talk you through your options. We are happy to provide you with a quote for the provision of services in advance of accessing them with us, so that you can seek approval in advance - just send us a message through the website. 

Occupational Therapy for Mental Health & Emotional Well-being