Assistive TechnologyReservoir

Assistive technology (AT), ranging from simple aids to advanced devices, enhances daily activity performance for those with injuries or disabilities, with Soaring Health's occupational therapists ensuring optimal device selection for individualized functionality and independence.

Assistive Technology Reservoir

Assistive technology (AT) and support devices play a pivotal role in bolstering independence, allowing individuals with injuries or disabilities to manage daily activities. Defined by the World Health Organisation (WHO) as tools or systems that enhance task performance, the NDIS classifies AT into four complexity levels: from simple aids like non-slip mats (levels 1 and 2), to modified tools like electronic desktop adjustments (level 3), up to advanced custom solutions like myoelectric prosthetics (level 4). Mobility aids, including possibly customised wheelchairs, are also categorised under AT. These devices cater to a vast range of functions, from basic self-care to professional responsibilities. To achieve individual autonomy objectives, Soaring Health's occupational therapists collaborate with a person's extended healthcare team, ensuring the selection and fitting of devices that maximise functionality, independence, and overall quality of life.

The realm of paediatric care has been significantly enriched by the emergence of assistive technology and tailored therapeutic devices. Crafted with precision for children, these tools offer a lifeline, especially for those with disabilities or facing developmental hurdles. From custom mobility solutions like wheelchairs to innovative communication aids such as voice synthesizers, assistive technology provides children with enhanced avenues to explore their surroundings with independence and self-assurance.

The indispensability of such paediatric tools is even more palpable for children with distinct disabilities. Designed to address unique challenges, these devices are at the forefront of promoting inclusivity. Whether it's aiding children with cognitive difficulties in their educational endeavours or simplifying routine tasks, the focus remains on fostering an environment where every child can maximise their potential and relish their individual developmental journey.

Healthcare funding types

NDIS

If you’re living with a disability, you’re probably familiar with the challenges of accessing the help you need. Not only can the required frequency of therapy can make paying fees unaffordable, funding provisions and onerous application processes can further delay treatment. At Soaring Health, we recognize the importance of accessing the therapeutic services you need, when you need them. As a registered NDIS provider, Soaring Health’s practitioners treat eligible participants under the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS). What’s more, our community coordinator and customer service team are well-versed in NDIS requirements and can help you to fast-track access to appropriate treatment.

Medicare

When you suffer chronic pain and persistent medical conditions, it can be hard to keep up with healthcare costs. Financial worries may cause you to forgo treatment that would relieve debilitating symptoms and improve your level of functioning and quality of life. At Soaring Health, we believe in removing barriers to you receiving the treatment you need. In the case of chronic pain lasting six months or more, we can provide fully bulk-billed treatment for up to five visits per year under Medicare’s Chronic Disease Management plan or CDM (formerly called an EPC), so you can access the treatment services you need, when you need them, without being out of pocket.

T.A.C

Motor vehicle injuries can vary in severity from minor to life-changing. At Soaring Health, we strive to resolve all injuries caused by transport accidents and collisions. The services available to TAC clients at Soaring Health have been purposefully selected and tailored to address the physical, mental and emotional effects of injuries caused by road trauma. Part of our dedicated community division, this program of services is also designed to relieve the financial burden of your accident and ensure that you receive the treatment you need, when you need it, without out-of-pocket fees. You can access our services through the TAC as soon as you have a claim number, meaning you can dedicate your full focus to making an efficient and satisfying recovery.

My Aged Care

Many people associate the Australian government’s My Aged Care program purely with practical assistance with daily tasks and activities. But if you’re aged over 65, you may also be able to access Soaring Health services such as physiotherapy, hydrotherapy and home services fee-free through My Aged Care provisions, to enable you to maintain or regain capacities necessary for daily living, and relieve pain and conditions that may otherwise compromise your quality of life. Depending on your circumstances, you may ask your case manager to request these services as part of your support package.

WORKSAFE

Workplace accidents causing serious injury can be devastating. One minute you’re earning a reliable income. The next you’re plagued by uncertainty over when, or even whether, you’ll be able to return to work – not to mention navigating daily life with pain and physical limitations and facing out-of-pocket medical costs or delaying necessary treatment until your claims are processed. Part of the answer to how well you’ll recover depends on receiving the treatment you need, when you need it, and having a collaborative and integrated team of healthcare professionals who can work together to optimise your recovery and support your return to work and daily life.

D.V.A

Serving to protect one's country is a significant human act, but it can lead to lasting physical and mental challenges for veterans. Soaring Health works with the Department of Veteran’s Affairs to provide veterans with comprehensive care at no cost to them, helping them return to civilian life. Eligible individuals can schedule an appointment by presenting their Veteran Card.

Modes of service

Providing this service in a modern and accessible clinic with fully-equipped facilities ensures that individuals can receive comprehensive and high-quality therapy that addresses their unique needs.

Clinic

Providing this service in a modern and accessible clinic with fully-equipped facilities ensures that individuals can receive comprehensive and high-quality therapy that addresses their unique needs.

Telehealth allows for the delivery of therapy services remotely, using technology to facilitate virtual sessions between therapists and participants.

TeleHealth

Telehealth allows for the delivery of therapy services remotely, using technology to facilitate virtual sessions between therapists and participants.

We provide therapeutic services for those unable to leave home due to health or mobility issues; bringing the necessary equipment and resources to their location.

Home

We provide therapeutic services for those unable to leave home due to health or mobility issues; bringing the necessary equipment and resources to their location.

Available Services

  • Wheelchairs, walkers and other mobility devices
  • Hoists and slings
  • Ramps and rails
  • Specialised bedding including recliner beds
  • Specialised seating and accessories
  • Postural supports
  • Personal hygiene equipment
  • Communication devices
  • Modified bicycles and sporting equipment
  • and many more…
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