Reliance Care medical Centre

Allied Health Assistant

Allied Health Assistant

Allied Health Assistant

The responsibilities of an allied health assistant range widely, depending on the sector they work within. This includes Allied Health services such as:

  • Speech pathology
  • Physiotherapy
  • Occupational therapy
  • Community rehabilitation
  • Dietetics etc

Allied Health Assistants are expected to fulfill some tasks, such as:

  • Creating therapy treatment plans
  • Monitoring and reporting changes
  • Providing administrative support
  • Compiling patient histories
  • Coordinating health programs
  • Assisting with overall client care

What sets Allied Health Assistants apart from other health professionals is diagnosis.

Community Visits / School, kindergarten, childcare or home visits

Our Clinicians are able to observe your child in their environment and encourage them to focus on their goals:

  • Observe a child in the classroom or in the home environment with their:
    1. Social skills and relationships
    2. Play development skills
  • Attend a Student Support Group meeting to monitor and tailor the support provided to the student.

These requests can generally be accommodated by schools and complement holistic student planning and support processes.

What is NDIS and how we can work with you

The National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) is Australia's first national Scheme for people with a disability.

Reliance Care and Support provide Allied Health care services and support to participants, while working alongside participants in a holistic approach to assist in reaching their goals.

For any enquiries to avail psychology services please contact one of our friendly staff or send a referral form with all information.

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