Therapy

  • Benefits of vertical play

    • April 2022

      1 min

    Did you know that performing tasks on vertical surfaces such as easels, chalk boards, white boards and similar, can have many therapeutic benefits?

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  • Allied health assistants (AHAs) can play a role in the delivery of Allied Health services, but you may be wondering, what is an AHA? We recently spoke with Zoe, our Allied Health Manager in WA to learn more about Allied Health Assistants.

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  • If you or someone you know is looking for a new provider and have simple or complex care requirements, we have the trained staff available to assist.

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  • Zoe joins the team as Allied Health Manager- WA. We recently spoke with Zoe to learn more about her role, her goals for the WA team and what inspired her to get into the industry.

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  • Are you an Allied Health Professional looking to work with a growing, supportive, and all-round wonderful Allied Health team? We’re hiring!  

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  • Speech pathologists study, diagnose and treat communication disorders, including difficulties with; speaking, listening, understanding language, reading, writing, social skills, stuttering and using voice. Our Speech Pathologists work with individuals who have difficulty communicating due to; developmental delays, stroke, brain injuries, learning disability or other problems that can affect speech and language. Speech pathologists also specialise

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  • What is self-regulation?

    • July 2021

      1 min

    In this short video, HenderCare’s occupational therapist, Nihalee, explains what self-regulation is. A great video for parents or carers to help them better understand their child’s needs. Talk to our therapy team today on 1300 764 433 to find out more about how occupational therapy services can benefit a child with self-regulation challenges.

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  • Training for the future

    • June 2021

      3 mins

    Supporting clients with a range of complex medical issues means working in disability care goes beyond a paper qualification. Ongoing training and support from industry professionals and clinical experts is key to building a skilled workforce capable of providing the highest quality support to some of the most vulnerable members of society. “We make sure

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  • A healthy outlook

    • June 2021

      3 mins

    From dietitians to dental health professionals, podiatrists to psychologists, occupational therapists to mental health workers and more, allied health services are key to improving the health and wellbeing of people with disabilities and their capacity to participate in everyday life. But an increase in demand for allied health services married with a reduction of qualified

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  • Tube feeding can help for a variety of different reasons, including: Problems with an individual’s mouth, oesophagus (food pipe) or stomach Swallowing problems which put them at a risk of choking and aspirating (i.e., food enters not only the oesophagus and stomach but also the lungs) Difficulty managing to take enough food by mouth to

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