NDIS Physiotherapists Helping Kids Reach Their Potential
If you have a child with disability, you want the best possible support to help them reach their goals. You also want to work
with a team that’s caring, compassionate, and makes paediatric physiotherapy fun.
Active Ability’s NDIS registered physiotherapists work with children with disability across Sydney. We focus on
supporting kids who have an intellectual disability, autism, mental health condition or neurological disorder.
We know children require support that considers their developmental, biological and psychological needs. Our experienced
physios work with families to create treatment plans tailored to your child’s needs and goals, along with your cultural or lifestyle preferences.
Our team can visit you in your preferred environment, whether that’s at home, school or a convenient local facility.
With Active Ability, you can start paediatric physio right away and get great value from your
NDIS funding – we do not have a wait list and do not charge for travel.
Paediatric conditions physiotherapy can help with
Our paediatrics physiotherapy team supports kids living with:
- Developmental delay
- Autism spectrum disorder
- Cerebral palsy
- Down syndrome
- Other genetic disorders
- Spina bifida
- Brain injury
- Spinal cord injury
- Low muscle tone
- And many more.
Don’t see your child’s condition listed? Contact our friendly team to talk about whether we might be able to help.
How paediatric physio can help your child reach their goals
At Active Ability, we’re on a mission to support people with disability to achieve greater independence, health and quality of life.
Our physiotherapists are experts in body structure and function. Paediatric physiotherapy treatment aims to optimise movement and function so kids can achieve the best possible independence, wellbeing, and ability to keep up with their peers and participate at home, school and in the community.
Meet the Active Ability paediatric physiotherapy team
Our dedicated, university qualified allied health professionals have a special interest in supporting children with disability and developmental delay.
Paediatric physio with Active Ability
To start with, one of our NDIS physios will meet with you to talk about your child’s health history and assess their function. We take the time to listen, which helps us develop an evidence-based treatment plan to meet your child’s needs and goals.
- Exercise programs to improve strength, movement and co-ordination
- Balance training
- Posture and flexibility training
- Respiratory (breathing) treatment
- Prescription of assistive technologies
- Aquatic physiotherapy (hydrotherapy)
- Pain management techniques
- Training support people.
How does NDIS paediatric physiotherapy funding work?
Allied health and other therapy needed due to a person’s disability is funded by the NDIS. This includes speech therapy, occupational therapy, physiotherapy and more. The NDIS also funds training so support people and carers can implement health care plans.
Got NDIS funding?
All Australian physiotherapists must be registered with the Australian Health Practitioner Registration Agency (AHPRA). This means they must be qualified, insured and meet strict requirements for recency of practice and continuing professional development.
Give us a call on (02) 8678 7874 or enquire below to find out more about our NDIS funded mobile paediatric physio service.
To learn more about our team or our NDIS physio home services, get in touch with us.
How to organise NDIS paediatric physiotherapy with Active Ability
If you’d like more information before arranging your service agreement with Active Ability, contact us via the button below or call us on (02) 8678 7874 (Monday to Friday). One of our friendly team members will happily answer your questions.
If you’re keen to get started with paediatric physio and are ready for a service agreement, please fill out our NDIS referral form via the link below.
Along with NDIS funded physiotherapy, Active Ability provides
Some of the areas NDIS physiotherapy providers service:
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