health update

Occupational therapy (OT)

We work with people to help them regain or maintain independence and improve their daily living. This may include assistance with access to equipment, changes to their home and services

Get the help you need to get on track with everyday life

When life throws you surprises, it might be difficult to get back on your feet. Sometimes doing the things you want to do, need to do or are expected to do become harder.

Whether you have a long-term health condition, are recovering from an injury, have persistent pain, are recovering from a surgical procedure or not as able to manage everyday activities as you used to, an Occupational Therapist may be able to help.

Daily activities you might want to support to be able to do could be:

  • cooking a meal
  • using steps at home
  • taking a shower at home
  • using the toilet
  • getting out and about
  • catching a bus
  • budgeting for expenses
  • going for a swim
  • maintaining energy levels
  • finding it difficult to care for family member
  • pressure care

We work with our clients to understand their needs and develop goal to support their living situation and regain and maintain independence.

What do I need to do?
All adults in need of occupational therapy are welcome to contact us directly.

cohealth Occupational Therapy also accepts referrals from General Practitioners, health professionals and carers.

People eligible for WorkCover, Department of Veteran Affairs or Transport Accident Commission claims may be referred to a private Occupational Therapist in their local area.

What will it cost me?
A fee may be payable for this service. Go to our fees page for more information.

are you looking to request an appointment?

request appointment refer a client


 cohealth nurses can help you with health assessments, health information, referrals to services and support to…

Mental health

 Mental health – the wellbeing of the mind is cohealth’s vision for the communities we…

Background branding image of roads representing community