Coffs Coast Occupational Therapy
Committed to understanding each clients’ unique needs, together we can collaborate on developing the best possible solutions for safe and independent living.
Coffs Coast Occupational Therapy is passionate in providing individualised high quality services for those with Physical Disability, Intellectual Disability and Complex Genetic and Developmental Disorders to improve independence and participation in daily life whilst ensuring safety within performance.
Comprehensive Education and Training provided to clients, carers, support workers and organisations are an integral and valued component of service to facilitate the best outcomes for clients.
Providing services for ages 8 years to adults within clinic, your home or supported living environments.
Wheelchair & Seating Prescriptions
One-size does not fit all when it comes to selecting a wheelchair…Read more
Functional Skills Assessments
Involves visiting the client’s home to observe and understand how they are…Read more
Assistive Technology | Equipment Prescriptions
Assistive Technology is a phrase used to describe any equipment that can…Read more
Vehicle Modifications Assessments
Being able to transport yourself or loved ones safely in the community…Read more
SDA & SIL Assessments
Supported Disability Accommodation (SDA) and Supported Independent Living (SIL) are NDIS exclusive…Read more
Meet your OT
Emma was previously employed by the NSW State Government – The Department of Ageing, Disability and HomeCare prior to the rollout of the NDIS and privatisation of Disability Services in Australia. She held positions with The Benevolent Society and HealthNSW before embarking on offering services privately to better meet the needs of the Coffs Coast community.
Providing holistic and individualised services based upon the clients’ goals, Emma believes in providing timely continuity of care services for previous clients as their new needs arise. She feels privileged to work in a profession where she is able to provide Occupational Therapy services for clients who often do not have the ability to advocate for themselves, and enjoys the educational role to carers, support workers and service providers to enable those with disabilities to participate and enjoy life to its fullest capacity.
Emma is experienced and passionate about providing complex Occupational Therapy services (but not limited to) those with Physical Disability, Cerebral Palsy, Acquired/Traumatic Brain Injury, Spina Bifida, Intellectual Disability, Angelman Syndrome, Autism Spectrum Disorder, Downs Syndrome, Epilepsy, Fetal Alcohol Syndrome, Dementia, Lennox-Gestalt Syndrome, Muscular Dystrophy, Batten Disease, Costello Syndrome, and Sensory Processing Disorder.
Experience, Dedication, Passion
Let's work together towards your goals
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