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Empowering Independence, Enhancing Lives

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Occupational Therapists (OTs) play a crucial role in supporting NDIS participants by helping them achieve their goals and improve their quality of life. Here's an overview of what OTs do for NDIS participants:

Functional Capacity Assessment

Evaluation of Abilities:

Assess participants' physical, cognitive, and psychosocial abilities.

Identify Needs:

Determine the level of support required for daily activities.

Develop Reports:

Create detailed reports to support NDIS planning and goal setting.

Home Modifications

Accessibility Assessments:

Evaluate homes to identify barriers and safety concerns.

Design Solutions:

Recommend and design modifications to improve accessibility and safety.

Coordinate Modifications:

Work with builders and contractors to implement changes.

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Activities of Daily Living (ADL) Support

Skill Development:

Teach and support skills needed for daily tasks such as dressing, bathing, cooking, and cleaning.

Use of Assistive Devices:

Recommend and train participants in the use of adaptive equipment and assistive technology.

Routine Establishment:

Help participants develop and maintain daily routines to increase independence.

Community Access and Participation

Social Integration:

Support participation in community activities and social interactions.

Transportation Training:

Assist with learning to use public transport or other means of getting around.

Work and Education Support:

Help participants engage in employment or educational opportunities.

Mental Health and Well-being

Stress Management:

Teach coping strategies for managing stress and anxiety.

Behavioral Interventions:

Develop strategies to manage challenging behaviors.

Promote Engagement:

Encourage participation in meaningful and enjoyable activities.

Equipment Prescription

Accessibility Assessments:

Evaluate homes to identify barriers and safety concerns.


Ensure the prescribed equipment is tailored to the participant’s specific needs.


Provide training on how to use the equipment effectively and safely.

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Plan Reviews and Updates

Monitor Progress:

Regularly review and assess the participant’s progress towards their goals.

Adjust Plans:

Modify support plans as needed to reflect changing needs and goals.

Family and Caregiver Support

Education and Training:

Provide guidance and training to family members and caregivers on how to support the participant.

Respite Care:

Develop strategies to ensure caregivers can take breaks and maintain their well-being.

Occupational Therapists work collaboratively with NDIS participants, their families, and other healthcare professionals to create personalized, goal-oriented plans that enhance independence and quality of life.

See below for an outline of NDIS related services that we can provide:

Danielle Lovric
Danielle Lovric
Great service
Helen Marletta
Helen Marletta
Prompt service
Gibson Samuel
Gibson Samuel
Its been a great pleasure working with Pink-comfort so far I must say, the experience has been good and enthusiastic...
yaxay gajjar
yaxay gajjar
Pink Comfort provides quality case management services by helping people understand and connecting them to resources in their communities in ways that respect their dignity and rights. Thanks
sanam shah
sanam shah
Pink comfort is the best NDIS provider I have worked with. I am enjoying my work with the best team and management. They have very good policy and procedures to look after every individual clients. They provide best quality of care and support to clients.
Hays Elhassan
Hays Elhassan
from the moment I called they were really helpful with what I need and kept me upto date with all the information I needed, very helpful and wonderful communication with there callers