Occupational Therapy

Occupational therapy practitioners enable people of all ages to live life to its fullest by helping them promote health and prevent or live better with injury, illness, or disability.”

~ American Occupational Therapy Association


The occupational therapy process involves a collaborative interaction between the practitioner and the client, which involves problem-solving to support the client’s occupational performance.

The occupational therapy process can be divided into the evaluation, intervention, and outcome stages, as shown below.

The evaluation stage includes referral, screening, developing an occupational profile, and analyzing occupational performance.

The intervention stage includes intervention planning, implementation, and review.

The outcome stage includes the measurement of outcomes and decision-making related to the future direction of intervention. 


The following are areas in which occupational therapy has proven to aid NDIS participants in:

To find out more about our Occupational Therapy services at Melbourne Sports Institute, submit a request on the form below.

After submitting the form below, we will be in touch to organise a consultation with our management team who will determine your individual needs and how to best facilitate your request.

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