We provide a range of allied health services for children and adults with hearing or vision loss, including diagnosis, functional assessments, speech therapy, occupational therapy and more.
Here's a list of allied health services (therapies) available and what they do:
An audiologist helps you or your child get the best possible access to sound and speech through assistive listening devices, hearing aids or cochlear implants.
A speech pathologist can work with you or your child to develop communication, language and literacy skills.
A physiotherapist helps your child with mobility—improved physical movement, coordination, agility and balance.
An occupational therapist helps your child improve everyday living activities, including working on coordination, posture, movements, and fine motor skills.
A psychologist assists you and/or your family throughout your journey, developing positive behaviour, and learning skills and helping with the transition into school and work.
An orthoptist can assist your child with functional vision and environmental assessments, resources and specialist equipment including low-vision aids and devices that are specific to your needs to gain the best possible visual function.