Super Rehab is a registered NDIS provider to provide Occupational Therapy, Physiotherapy and Exercise Physiology services and provides service to NDIS, plan managed and self-managed participants. Super Rehab is passionate about partnering with NDIS participants to deliver effective and evidence-based interventions. Our practice is built on innovation and outside the box thinking which consistently delivers improvement for our NDIS participants.
As the proportion of older people (aged 65 and over) in the Australian population is increasing, home modification is a key factor in enabling individuals to age in their own homes for as long as possible. Home modification will also benefit other clients with health issues, movement disorders, or cognitive decline. Home modification can be changes in the key areas of clients’ homes to increase usage, safety and independence.
Falls are common in older people (aged 65 and over) and can lead to fall-related injuries, from minor bruises, cuts and abrasions to factures of limbs and hips. Cluttered home, poor balance, and insufficient lighting can all cause a person to stumble and fall. Falls and its related injuries can cause difficulty in everyday activities and restriction in physically demanding activities. Some people become so afraid of falling that they lose their confidence and stop doing the things they used to enjoy.
A hospital stay involves acute care and is usually followed by a period of recovery when the patient’s care and support needs are higher than in their daily life. Some Commonwealth Home Support Program services provide short-term support following hospitalization. This can avoid prolonged hospital stay and in some cases help avoid a premature re-admission.
During initial assessment, Occupational Therapists will evaluate client’s functional needs and discuss most suitable equipment that will facilitate client’s safety and independence within the home. Occupational Therapists will liaise with equipment providers to set up equipment at client’s home to trial with clients and carers, such as wheelchairs, recliners and pressure relieving mattresses.
Occupational Therapists provide the expertise to select and recommend the most appropriate aids and equipment in order to assist you to reach your full potential at home and in the community. There are various types of specialized equipment designed to assist you to perform personal care tasks safely in the bathroom.
Cognitive deficits may be caused by traumatic brain injury, infection, tumors, stroke, or dementias such as Alzheimer’s disease. Deficits in cognition will have impact on everyday function. Occupational Therapists are experts at determining how cognitive deficits can impact everyday activities, social interactions, and routines. Occupational Therapists have the skills to assess the cognitive aspects of functional activities, design an intervention plan and implement strategies of cognitive retraining.
What our Physiotherapists DO
Physiotherapists are highly qualified health professionals who will work in partnership with their clients to get better and stay well. Our Physiotherapists understand evidence-based care, and can assess, diagnose, treat and prevent a wide range of health conditions and movement disorders. Physiotherapists help out clients reduce stiffness and pain, increase mobility and improve quality of life.
Management and prevention of chronic health conditions and injuries
Accelerated recovery and return to function
Post-surgical rehabilitation (hip / knee / other joint surgeries)