Mobile NDIS Exercise Physiology for People with Disability
If you are under the age of 65, reside on the Sunshine Coast or surrounding areas, have Australian residency and need support from a person or equipment to undertake your activities of daily living due to an impairment or condition that is likely to be permanent - then you may be eligible for assistance under the NDIS.
Plan or self managed NDIS participants can take advantage of Age Well For Life Exercise Physiology's specialised in-home exercise therapy services that are designed to help improve physical function and quality of life.
Age Well For Life EP specialises in helping rehabilitate people with complex conditions and disabilities toward an increasing sense of ability, positivity and confidence.
I have been working with Adam for approximately two years and have noticed a significant improvement in my functionality and strength. Adam's positive attitude and enthusiasm towards developing a bi-weekly gym routine makes going to the gym enjoyable and rewarding. Adam's willingness to adapt exercises and routines to cater for my limitations, whilst maintaining a high intensity session, is outstanding and is reflective of his exceptional knowledge of exercise physiology and working with a large range of client abilities. I would highly recommend Adam to anybody seeking a mobile exercise physiologist on the Sunshine Coast, you won't regret it!
Do You Have NDIS Funding for Exercise Physiology?
NDIS Participants can choose which providers they wish to work with, and their NDIS plan identifies what outcomes they wish to achieve, and the supports they will use.
Allied health providers such as exercise physiologists play an important role within the NDIS by providing quality services and support to participants.
Age Well For Life EP can be arranged through two NDIS Capacity Building funding categories.
- Improved Health and Well-being (12_027_0126_3_3)
- Improved daily living (15_200_0126_1_3)
Depending on the structure of your package you may also have the potential to consult with an exercise physiologist via other avenues such as core funding.
In-Home Exercise Physiology For Plan Or Self Managed NDIS Participants
Age Well For Life EP is practicing as a non-registered provider with the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) on the Sunshine Coast region and provides in home physical health and well-being services to people with a permanent disability.
Age Well For Life EP is a registered provider with governing bodies such as Medicare, Department Of Veteran Affairs and Exercise and Sport Science Australia.
Age Well For Life EP was previously a registered NDIS allied health provider. However, the recent changes to the NDIA provider registration process are very costly and designed for large companies, meaning that remaining as a registered provider was not a viable option for a small business such as Age Well For Life EP.
By choosing Age Well For Life EP you will work with an allied health professional who is:
Parent/Carer Of Client Cindy
Cindy had a delayed subarachnoid hemorrhage, left inter-cerebral haematoma and aneurysm Sept, 2016 with significant loss of left hemisphere tissue in her brain. She needed to get movement back, if possible, as a priority. Adam's exercise physiology services have been extremely helpful as Cindy's first movements came from his treatments. Her arm movements & balance have improved significantly. I can't thank Adam enough for what he is doing with Cindy.
The decision to become an un-registered provider is by no means an indication of the quality of the services Age Well For Life EP provides. Age Well For Life EP continues to provide convenient and professional in-home physical therapy to residents of the Sunshine Coast. The only difference is, as a non-registered provider, Age Well For Life EP can now only provide assistance to self and plan managed NDIS participants.
So just like any registered provider, Age Well For Life EP can continue to provide services which are fully funded by the NDIS. The main difference between unregistered and registered providers is that only registered providers can claim their invoices with the NDIS directly.
Unregistered providers such as us will send our invoices to you to pay. You or you plan manger will then have to manually claim the funds back from the NDIS, using the NDIS portal or plan management software.
Best yet, as an unregistered provider Age Well For Life EP has less overhead costs. These savings are passed onto you. Meaning you get a lot more value out your NDIS funding for the same high quality allied health services.
Some disabilities that can benefit from our in-home NDIS funded exercise physiology services include, but are not limited to:
- Parkinson's disease
- Multiple sclerosis and other neurological conditions
- Vision and hearing impairments
- Intellectual disability
- Down syndrome
- Muscular dystrophy
- Cerebral palsy
- Brain injury
Benefits of exercise physiology for people living with a disability include improvements in:
- Quality of life
- Neuromuscular re-patterning
- Weight management
- Balance / coordination
- Cardiovascular fitness
- Postural control
- Mental health
Age Well For Life EP can conveniently travel to your place of residence and provide a tailored 1 on 1 service delivered to your specific needs and goals.
To discuss your options please contact Adam on 0414 546 615 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
What you can expect from an NDIS exercise physiology consultation?
- Medical health interview and assessment
- Individual advice to a participant regarding exercise required due to the impact of their disability
- Condition and goal specific functional assessment and physical activity testing
- Short and long term goal setting and action plan
- Development of a customised home based exercise/ rehab/ reablement program
- Ongoing graduated in-home exercise/ activity program and support
How many exercise physiology sessions will you require?
Clients that are independent with their exercise regime may only need a monthly consultation to assess progress and variety of programs.
Clients with more complex goals and physical or mental limitations affecting exercise may need daily or weekly supervised sessions with an EP.
If you wish to become a participant in the NDIS, you must complete an Access Request Form, which is available by contacting the National Disability Insurance Agency (NDIA) on: 1800 800 110. For more information visit the NDIS website.
Once accepted with the NDIS individualized plans are created and aimed at the individual’s needs and aspirations. Participants will be able to choose their plan managers, providers and how they access supports, as outlined in their individualized support plan.
The NDIS Referral Pathway For Exercise Physiology Services
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Age Well For Life EP will then get back in touch with the support coordinator/referrer to discuss suitability and appropriateness for exercise physiology services based on the clients condition and goals.
Once deemed as a reasonable and necessary support, Age Well For Life EP will make prompt contact with the client and any associated parties.
Age Well For Life EP will then create a services agreement and intended care plan. This is signed by the participant and practitioner and provided to the support coordinator.
Age Well For Life EP will provide prompt and clear communication with organisation, carers, allied health, client GP and specialists about intended care plan.
Implementation of in-home NDIS funded exercise physiology services.
Age Well For Life EP will continue to provide exceptional communication throughout the service period with all associated parties. Age Well For Life EP will always report back to case managers on the outcome of ongoing assessments and recommendations for future management.