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From staying healthy and active, building endurance and improving independence, expect our team to build your skills and equip you to do the things you want, your way.

How Physiotherapy Delivers More

When you work with Everyday Independence, our physiotherapists support you in your community, as part of a broader team that may include speech pathologists, occupational therapists, behaviour support practitioners, and habit coaches.

Because the best way to deliver positive change is to look at your whole life and engage a team of practitioners with the understanding and skills that are vital to helping you make the changes that matter to you.

Physiotherapy Quality of Life Outcomes may Include

  • Improving mobility, strength, flexibility, endurance and fitness to enjoy everyday activities
  • Greater skills and confidence to do things independently
  • Enhancing mental health and wellbeing with increased physical activity
  • Managing pain or symptoms of your condition or disability.
  • Improving quality of life and social connectedness
  • Accessing recreation, team sports, school PE lessons or the local gym
  • Prescribing mobility equipment to help you stand, walk or move around at home and community more independently.

We’re Ready to Get you Started

To get started with physiotherapy our disability practitioner comes to your home to get to know you, your family and other members of your support team. They take a whole of life approach to set you on your pathway to positive change.

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

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A Team Approach for Positive Change

Occupational Therapy

Speech Pathology

Positive Behaviour Support

Early Childhood Supports

Habit Coaches

Key Worker Model Supports Cody to Kick Goals

Cody is a seven-year-old who lives with Autism Spectrum Disorder. His aim was to improve communication, express himself better, be more active with making friends as well as improve his writing, drawing and everyday activities.

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Noah’s Life Changing Journey to Everyday Living

Noah, an eight-year-old with Opsoclonus Myoclonus Ataxia and thoracic neuroblastoma, aimed to increase his participation in everyday activities, such as school and outdoor activities.

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Celebrating Mobility, Independence and World Physiotherapy Day

Rian, a Physiotherapist at Everyday Independence shares a story on the journey of a participant who can now celebrate mobility and independence at home.

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