Allied Health Services
Community Values, Tailored Support
Here at NWRH, we understand that accessing healthcare in rural, regional and remote Queensland can be challenging.
That’s why we’re focused on providing a reliable, accessible and affordable allied health service for our clients and their families. Our health professionals offer a wide range of flexible services to people of all ages, backgrounds and varying health needs.
Our allied health team works in partnership with our clients, their support networks, and stakeholders to promote participation, independence and wellbeing, with a strong consideration of their goals, values and beliefs. And what’s more, we live and work in rural areas, just like you. This means we have strong community links and are dedicated to providing respectful and culturally sensitive support in everyday environments such as a client’s home, school, work, and community.
Our Allied Health Services
Our team is made up of a variety of qualified, passionate health practitioners. This allows us to provide comprehensive health and community care services. The services we provide include:
- Continence advisors
- Dementia advisors
- Exercise physiologists
- Occupational therapists
- Speech pathologists
- Allied health assistant
- Diabetes educators
Why Choose NWRH?
At NWRH, we know that finding the right support services can seem overwhelming. Whether you’re unsure where to start or don’t know if the services you need are available in your area, our team will be happy to help.
We can help you assess the situation, identify the services that best serve your needs, and help you access them. So, if you’d like to arrange allied health services or speak to one of our friendly team members, please don’t hesitate to call.
Frequently Asked Questions
Allied health services are a type of healthcare provided by qualified professionals, such as Physiotherapists, Occupational Therapists and Dietitians. Allied health services use evidence based approaches to provide client centred care to improve the health and wellbeing of people with a range of conditions.
Family support workers provide families with practical and emotional support. They can connect you to services in your community, help you navigate the NDIS, and provide advice and information on topics like early childhood development, disability inclusion and education supports.
There are a number of ways to access allied health services, including through the NDIS, private health insurance, Medicare or directly through a service provider. To learn more, please don’t hesitate to reach out.