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NDIS Habit Coaching in Peninsula

Accelerate your outcomes with cost-effective habit coaching to practice routines and skills​ in between therapy sessions.

How Habit Coaching Delivers More

Habit Coaches are available exclusively to our NDIS participants in Peninsula who receive occupational therapy, speech pathology, physiotherapy, early childhood or positive behaviour support services.

Because the best way to deliver positive change is to engage a habit coach as part of your team to practice the new skills you’ve learnt between your therapy sessions that result in life changing habits.

How Can Habit Coaching Help You?

Habit coaching helps children, teenagers, and adults with disabilities in Peninsula practice new skills and habits between therapy sessions. Some of the outcomes they can help you achieve include:

  • Increasing independence as you build new habits and routines to do the things you want and need to do in everyday life
  • Staying on track with your therapy and accelerating progress towards your goals
  • Greater sense of achievement, wellbeing, and self-confidence.
  • Stretching your NDIS funding further with cost-effective support in between your therapy sessions
  • Faster access to allied health services that are in high demand across Australia.

We’re Ready to Get you Started

A habit coach works under the guidance of a qualified practitioner, so your first step to getting started with therapy is to meet with a disability practitioner in your home. They can get to know you, your family and other support team members to understand the outcomes you all want. If you’re already receiving services speak with your practitioner who can refer you to a habit coach.

Not yet a NDIS participant? Visit our NDIS pages for information on getting your plan funded.

A Team Approach To Positive Change

Occupational Therapy

Speech Pathology

Physiotherapy

Early Childhood Supports

Positive Behaviour Support

Frequently Asked Questions

How much do habit coaches cost?

Habit Coaches are classified as Capacity Building supports and provide services at the level 2 therapy assistant rate.

Who are habit coaches?

Habit Coaches are passionate, empathetic team members with a shared purpose for helping people achieve positive change. They work under the direct supervision of your practitioner.

They may have a Certificate III or IV in Allied Health Assistance (or similar), graduates with a degree in health, disability or a related field, or tertiary students studying a bachelor’s degree in a health-related field (in Years two three, or four).

How long are habit coaching sessions?

Sessions can vary in duration and frequency but are a minimum of three hours (including travel).

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