- Aged Care
Mobile Allied Health Services
The Hunter Valley is a core region Community Therapy operates in. We provide:
- Occupational Therapy
- Speech Pathology
- Massage Therapy
Community Therapy is locally owned and operated. All our clinicians maintain all required certifications such as AHPRA registration, WWCC, full indemnity & public liability insurance, criminal record checks, NDIS worker screening checks and a current first-aid certificate.
We are mobile throughout all of the Hunter Valley. We also operate in Newcastle, Lake Macquarie, Port Stephens and the Central Coast.
Mobile throughout the Hunter Valley
Community Therapy is staffed by a professional team of Physiotherapists.
Our Physiotherapy assessments are comprehensive and we test cognitive capacity, balance, strength, endurance, reactivity, multitasking ability and motor control and much more.
Our assessments are evidence-based, meaning that they are based on research.
Our OTs are experienced in supporting adults living with disabilities and older adults.
We help with simple, low-cost assistive equipment (i.e. walkers, commodes and wheelchairs) through to high-cost or complex assistive equipment such as custom wheelchairs, cushions and stair climbers.
We help adults living with lifelong physical and/or neurological disabilities to achieve their goals.
The NDIS was rolled out in the Hunter in 2016, for this time we have been a registered provider.
We have extensive experience with OT, Physiotherapy, Speech Pathology, Dietetics, Functional Assessments, Plan Review Reports, Home Modifications, Assistive Technology, SIL & SDA.
Our Dietitians are experienced in supporting adults living with disabilities and older adults.
We support people living with a range of clinical concerns including Weight management (loss and gain), Diabetes management (type 1 and 2), Swallowing difficulties, Food intolerances and allergies, Meal planning and skill-building.
Our Speech Pathologists are experienced in supporting adults living with disabilities and older adults.
We support people living with a range of clinical concerns such as:
Our Speech Pathologists work closely with our client’s coordinators and GP and also our Dietitians where there are changes to swallowing capacity.
Residential Aged Care
We have partnered with a range of aged care facilities, whether owned by church organisations, council, charity or privately owned.
We partner with facilities to provide ongoing Physiotherapy assessment and care planning, Occupational Therapy assessments, Speech Pathology assessments & Dietetics assessments.
We are experienced in adhering to the aged care standards and accreditation processes.
Suburbs We Service in the Hunter Valley
Comprehensive Suburb List
For a full list of the Hunter Valley regions we service, please see below
Please note, we service the majority of the suburbs within or nearby these regions.
If you located on the boundary of these regions, please simply call us and we’ll let you know if we can help you. Community Therapy’s service areas are ever-expanding as our company grows.
Contact Community Therapy – We’d Love to Hear Your Story
Community Therapy provides healthcare for adults living with disabilities and older adults.
- We are NDIS registered
- Mobile allied health professionals
- High level of service and full communication
- We are partnered with most aged care and disability services in the Hunter Valley
- We are local
What else can Community Therapy's Occupational Therapists help with?
Our Occupational Therapists also assist with major and minor home modifications from rails and simple ramps through to large modifications like full bathroom redesigns.
We work closely with the coordinators and care staff from our partner organisations we to ensure any strategies and recommendations are put in place.
Why should I choose Community Therapy?
The staff of Community Therapy are constantly reflecting on our approach to clinical practice to ensure we remain current with modern evidence, innovative healthcare & maximising our quality of healthcare.
We work closely with the coordinators and care staff from our partner organisations we to ensure any strategies and recommendations are put in place and can be supported by care staff where required.
Does Physiotherapy have measurable outcomes?
One example of a test we may perform to test a client’s balance is the Berg Balance Scale.
This test allows our Physiotherapist to test many components of the client’s balance to determine areas of balance that require improvement through training. This can be things like:
- The ability to balance with eyes closed
- The ability to balance on one leg
- The ability to reach and touch the floor in standing
The tests we perform in an initial assessment can determine the level of impairment in a client’s physical function and allows us to identify risks (i.e. risk of falling in narrow areas or in the night time) as well as develop a safe and repeatable treatment plan.
Our Physiotherapists provide ongoing care to our clients and our clients continue with the same Physiotherapist to ensure continuity of care.