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The National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) provides assistance to people with disabilities to help them manage their everyday lives. All the supports provided by the NDIS are directly related to the participant’s disability and aim to improve their functional capacity. Depending on the individual needs and NDIS goals of the participants, Physiotherapy (PT) and Occupational Therapy (OT) are funded in their NDIS plans to enhance their capacity to work, study and be a part of mainstream society. Though the larger aim of both PT and OT is to increase the efficiency of the participants and help them lead a better life, the area of focus is different. Physiotherapy emphasises improving the mobility and functional capacity of the participant while Occupational Therapy concentrates on enhancing their gross- and fine-motor coordination.

As a registered NDIS service providerAussie Life Care can help the participants to assess their disability healthcare needs and recommend the right support that helps them achieve their NDIS goals. We can connect you with seasoned practitioners who have years of experience in the field of Physiotherapy and Occupational Therapy service in and around Victoria Contact us today to know more.



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