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The first appointment is exploratory, where a detailed history is taken to understand what you are trying to achieve and to see whether we are a good fit with your goals.  A treatment plan is identified by the end of the session.

 Please Note: Improved daily living skills (CB daily activity).

Your plan must include this support category

 While we respect the fact that clients do not have to disclose their plan to their therapists, there are certain things that we need to know to make your treatment more effective.

 The front sheet of your NDIS plan giving the NDIS number and the dates of your plan.

 The NDIS is Goal-Orientated. 

Your goals are important, and your plan has been devised to nurture those goals.  We want to know how to help you achieve them and how your plan lays out that they can be achieved.

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 Reports and Collaboration

  • During the duration of your plan there is usually a requirement to collaborate with other members of your therapy team and to provide reports at certain points during your therapy. 

  •  We, therefore, need to know who your team are and to whom and when the reports are due.

What to bring to your first appointment?

  • Your NDIS number  - on the front sheet of your NDIS plan

  • Plan dates  - on the front sheet of your NDIS plan

  • Information about your goals and how they are to be achieved, details of your team members 

    • Or, if you are agreeable, your NDIS plan.  

  • Completed Child or Adult Intake Forms

  • Any previous reports

  • Custodial Papers if applicable

  • Family Support Plan and Developmental Checklist – completed as best you can.

Unfortunately, we are unable to give change if you are paying in cash.

We would appreciate the session being paid for with exact amount

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