Occupational Therapy is a client-centred health profession that promotes health and wellbeing through daily occupations.
We aim to enable people to participate in all activities of everyday life that we want, like and need to do. We can help modify an activity or the environment so you are able to continue doing the activity to your best ability.
How to access this service
Self referrals to our service are accepted.
What to bring
- Medicare card
- Concession or health care cards
- Xray results ( if applicable)
Our Occupational Therapists (OTs) ensure:
- Safe and timely discharge from hospital
- Address difficulties with daily living activities, life roles and access around the home
- Recommend and arrange equipment
- Provide hand therapy assessment, therapy and education
We can help you with the following:
- Hand rails in the bathroom and toilet
- Ramps or handrails to help safely you use stairs
- Shower chairs to increase safety
- Ways to help reduce your risk of falling
- Upper limb/hand assessment and management
- Splinting and scar management
- Cognitive assessment and retraining.
- Children experiencing difficulty with hand writing, problem solving and thinking.
Am I eligible?
- Our Occupational Therapy department sees adults and children.
If your child is under the age of 7 and has delays in multiple areas of their development, you may be referred to a more appropriate service in the community.
Refer a patient
Referrals will be accepted from clinicians, self-referral, family and carers and specialists.
You can find the Community Health Referral form here.
Page last updated: 28 March 2023