NWRH offer a range of allied health and support services to the communities we service. Our programs and funding can differ from place to place, so be sure to visit our Service Map to see locations we service and our pages on the My Community Directory site for more details on specific services delivered and schedules.
Following is a comprehensive list of the types of Allied Health Professionals we have on our team:
- Aboriginal Health Practitioners
- Case Workers
- Community Care Drivers
- Community Nurses
- Continence Advisors
- Dementia Advisors
- Diabetes Educators
- Exercise Physiologists
- Family Support Workers
- Mental Health Professionals
- Occupational Therapists
- Regional Assessment Service (RAS)
- Residential Aged Care Professionals
- Speech Pathologists
- Social Workers
- Support Workers
- Transition Officers
- Wellbeing Clinicians
- Wellbeing Officers
- Youth Wellbeing Officers
How can I access your Health & Wellbeing services?
To access our health and wellbeing services you are encouraged to visit your GP and ask for a referral. This will ensure your GP is aware of all of the health services you are receiving and will be kept informed on the management of your health.
Alternatively, you can self-refer or be referred by a family member, friend, hospital or other community-based organisation, with your permission. If you have any referral questions simply contact any of our offices listed on the Contact Us page.
To find out more about how these Allied Health Professionals can help you, how to access them and answers to frequently asked questions download your copy of our NWRH Service User Guide (PDF).