Who can we help?
Blue Fox Health is dedicated to providing comprehensive support to all participants of the NDIS. Our Toowoomba-based team can visit anyone located within a 30min radius of the city centre. We can also assist anyone located in Australia via our telehealth service.
How can an Occupational Therapist support you?
Functional Capacity Assessment
A Functional Capacity Assessment, within the context of the NDIS and Occupational Therapy, is a comprehensive evaluation that aims to determine an individual’s current functional abilities and limitations. This assessment examines various aspects of a person’s physical, cognitive, and psychosocial functioning to determine their level of independence and support needs. The assessment considers factors such as mobility, self-care, communication, social interactions, and activities of daily living. By conducting a Functional Capacity Assessment, Occupational Therapists under the NDIS can gather valuable information to develop personalized support plans, recommend appropriate interventions, and assist individuals in maximizing their independence and participation in daily life activities.
A SILS (Supported Independent Living) and SDA (Specialist Disability Accommodation) assessment, within the context of the NDIS and Occupational Therapy, is a comprehensive evaluation that focuses on an individual’s specific needs related to housing and supported living arrangements. These assessments aim to determine the level of support and accommodations required for individuals with disabilities to live independently and safely in the community.
Letters of Recomendation
Letters of recommendation from an Occupational Therapist (OT) play a crucial role in assisting individuals with acquiring appropriate Assistive Technology (AT). These letters provide valuable insights into an individual’s specific functional needs and how AT can enhance their independence and overall well-being.
An OT’s recommendation letter for AT typically includes an assessment of the individual’s abilities, challenges, and goals. It outlines the specific AT devices, tools, or adaptations that would best address their unique needs. The letter also highlights the potential benefits and positive impact the recommended AT can have on the individual’s daily activities, social participation, and overall quality of life.
Here are some common ones
You can see an OT when you have goals to improve your health, wellbeing, independence and daily life. NDIS Funding falls under the Improved Daily Living Skills or Improved Health and Well-being categories.
Our Fees are directly aligned with the NDIS Price Guide.
Still have questions?
If unsure, you can access a free telehealth consultation by clicking here or call Roger on 0439 072 115.