Allied Health Service

Speech Pathology, Occupational Therapy and Psychology.

Speech Pathology Services


Speech Pathologists support people to communicate. They can also assist when a person has trouble swallowing or eating a variety of foods.

At Community Links Wellbeing, our Speech Pathologists work with people of all ages and abilities. This includes supporting individuals with understanding language, speaking, articulating sounds, reading and writing, social skills, stuttering and feeding. Our team also support other ways to communicate including gesture, sign language and/or using assistive technology.


What is an Occupational Therapist?


Occupational Therapy is a client-centred profession focused on enabling people across the lifespan to participate in all aspects of their everyday life. At CLW, our Occupational Therapists provide supports and services including:

  • Assistive technology (aids and equipment)
  • Caregiver and educator training
  • Assessment of personal support needs
  • Assisting children in achieving their developmental milestones
  • Helping children and young people to learn everyday tasks such as bathing, dressing and feeding themselves
  • Assistance with sensory processing and emotional regulation


Psychology Services


Psychologists work to support positive mental health and wellbeing for clients. This involves an initial assessment to determine what supports and changes might improve a person’s mental health and developing a collaborative plan to support these changes. This is done through the use of evidence-based therapies and a collaborative, family inclusive approach that recognises the importance of including an individual’s support network on their journey.


Allied Health Assistant Services


Allied health assistants (AHAs) support the delivery of allied health services, under the direct supervision of an allied health professional. Therapy programs are developed following assessment, observation and collaboration with families. AHA’s can assist individuals with the following:

  • providing more frequent and/or more intensive therapy programs in a range of environments
  • reinforcing effective strategies for individuals and caregivers
  • capacity building in the community
  • flexible therapy options


Community Links Wellbeing NDIS Services


Community Links Wellbeing is a registered NDIS provider. We offer the following NDIS services:

  • Allied Health services including:
    – Speech Pathology
    – Occupational Therapy
    – Psychology
    – Physiotherapy
    – Exercise Physiology
  • Early intervention
  • Community access
  • Lawn maintenance

If your child is not eligible for funded packages, Medicare, Private Healthcare and other rebates may be applicable.

For further information, please contact our Allied Health Intake Worker on 0408 453 218

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