Minda’s allied health professionals are a multi-disciplinary team who can help you to maximise your skills and enhance your quality of life, personal development and wellbeing.
The team support individuals with developmental disabilities, their families and networks, offering extensive experience relating specifically to intellectual disability.
With a range of services on offer, the allied health team works collaboratively to help you:
- Develop new skills
- Build social networks
- Assist with difficult behaviours
- Set and achieve goals
- Optimise your health and wellbeing to enable you to live a meaningful life
Partners in your development, the allied health team respect your right to live the life of your choosing and offer you, your family or carer, choice in terms of service delivery.
A Registered Nurse is able to develop a comprehensive Health Care Plan in conjunction with you and your family/carers, to guide you to the optimal health and wellbeing. Training can be provided to you and your support workers in order to safely and effectively deliver appropriate health care to meet your needs.
Minda has strong relationships with General Practitioners experienced in caring for people with disabilities, and in partnership we deliver positive health outcomes for Minda service users.
Support is tailored to suit your individual needs and is available in flexible delivery modes; small group workshops, individual support and self-paced learning opportunities, including online options.
There is a fee for service option for a range of Minda’s allied health services.