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Aged Care Services

As people age, they often become less able to care for themselves; have poorer mobility, which affects their ability to access care; and usually have more complicated medical issues requiring more complex care. Therapy First has been helping older adults to safely do the things they want to do, including remaining in their homes.

As abilities diminish as part of the normal aging process, families and other caregivers must often help the older person obtain the assistance needed to maintain independence and live safely at home. Allied health professionals work with the people and family to ensure that recommendations to increase independence and safety are specific to their wants and needs, skills, environment, and budget.

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Core Supports

Assistance with Daily Life - enables you to live as autonomously as possible.

Support Coordination

​​Build and maintain positive relationships with clients, and families


Supported accommodation with access to services to assist with: Activities of Daily Living

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Therapeutic Supports

Therapy First a holistic approach to your wellbeing. Allied health is a key component of our care and services and can be combined with our individual, domestic, and clinical services.

Our Allied Health professionals can support you with a wide range of treatments in response to isolated injuries or to more complex or longer-term lifestyle, chronic pain or health issues.


Assistance with Daily Life – enables you to live as autonomously as possible. Includes support in the following areas:

  • Personal Care – showering, dressing, toileting and grooming etc.
  • Domestic – cleaning, cooking, gardening etc.
  • Leisure – hobbies and activities etc
  • Assistance in shared living arrangements / supported independent living

Consumables – Support to purchase assistive, personal care or safety items relating to your disability that you would use every day

  • Low – Cost Assistive devices
  • Interpreting and translation services
  • Innovative supports
  • Support animals
  • Toilet and bathroom equipment
  • Continence aids
  • Home enteral nutrition (HEN) products
  • Specialised clothing

Assistance with Social and Community Participation

  • Accessing group centres
  • Accessing educational services including school, TAFE and
  • Participating in social activities with family and friends
  • Participating in group centred programs
  • Access to day programs

Transport – Support to travel around your community if you are not able to use public transport, such as a bus or train


Support Accommodation provide participants with Allied Health practitioners and support staff to assist in their daily life

Additional clinical training is provided to support workers to ensure their health and well-being is preserved and maintained

Types of Accommodation:

  • Supported Independent Living
  • Short Term Accommodation and Assistance
  • Medium term Accommodation
  • Residential Aged Care