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Therapy, Health and Wellbeing

We help clients to stay healthy and well through therapy and sport

Therapy plays an important role

Therapy helps to improve movement, mobility and communication. While early intervention therapy can improve outcomes for children, it’s also important to improve your health and wellbeing at every stage of your life.
The therapy services we offer include physiotherapy, occupational therapy, speech pathology and exercise physiology. These services are offered either individually, in a group, via intensive classes, or online via Telepractice. Our qualified therapists work in a multidisciplinary team to support your goals and help you live as independently and inclusively as possible.
Our holistic approach to health and wellbeing extends beyond therapy. Exercise supports physical health, and may also improve emotional, social and mental health, as well as quality of life. We offer gym, sports and recreation programs including swimming, football, boccia, race running, camps, and multi-sports programs.
Whether you want to try a new sport, make new friends, or have your sights set on competing internationally, we are here to support you to make the impossible possible.

Our therapy approach: Goal Directed Training

Working towards a goal that you set for yourself makes therapy more fun and effective. Goal Directed Training (GDT) is Cerebral Palsy Alliance’s therapy approach to improving daily life independence and overall functional performance. It is activity-based, where the individual chooses a goal that is important to them.
Find out how our multi-disciplinary team of physiotherapists, occupational therapists, speech pathologists and exercise physiologists can work with you to set specific, measurable, achievable, realistic and timely (SMART) goals.

Learn more about our therapy services

The therapy services we offer include physiotherapy, occupational therapy, speech pathology and exercise physiology.
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Physiotherapists work with children, teenagers and adults with a disability to develop new motor skills, improve or maintain existing skills and abilities, and support participation in sport and recreation activities.

A physiotherapist will assess how you move and identify factors that limit the achievement of your goals. Working with you and your families and carers, physiotherapists can offer:

  • advice on exercise, therapy and equipment that support the achievement of your goals
  • advice on how to relearn postural and movement skills 
  • support on seating, movement and mobility
  • mobility aids and equipment
  • help on strengthening muscles
  • pain management
  • support for you to participate in sport, recreation and leisure activities.

Occupational Therapy

Occupational therapists provide expert support so you can be as independent as possible in your everyday life.

Working with you and your family and carers, occupational therapists offer: 

  • supporting the development of fine motor (hand) skills 
  • creative ideas to help make daily living easier for example, dressing or independent eating 
  • aids and equipment for home, school and work 
  • helping you to participate in your recreation and leisure activities 
  • advice on major home modifications 
  • minor home modifications such as rails, entrances, pathways, ramps or steps 

Speech Pathology

Speech therapy can improve the ability of children with cerebral palsy to communicate more clearly and interact with others. 

Our speech pathologists are experts in addressing challenges with communication, eating, drinking and swallowing. 

Working with you and your support network, our speech pathologists offer: 

  • advice on improving and maintaining skills in the areas of communication, language development and literacy 
  • advice on improving and maintaining abilities in eating and drinking 
  • support in the areas of nutrition 
  • saliva management 
  • aids and equipment to assist in communication 

Exercise Physiology

Our ESSA accredited Exercise Physiologists work with children, teenagers and adults to achieve their fitness and wellness goals, using evidence-based, targeted exercise intervention. They also prescribe holistic exercise programs to support a continued healthy lifestyle, improve behaviour, and quality of life. 

Participating in weekly exercise may improve physical, emotional, social and mental health. The many benefits of regular exercise include: 

  • Improved stamina and muscle strength 
  • Improved fitness 
  • Increased flexibility and mobility 
  • Improved mood and general feelings of wellbeing 
  • Reduced risk of health conditions such as coronary heart disease, high blood pressure and diabetes 
  • Reduced anxiety, feelings of stress or risk of depression 
  • Reduced pain 
  • Improved sleep 
  • Improved immune system to keep you healthy


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