What is an Occupational Therapist?
Occupational Therapists help people to participate in the activities of everyday life. They work with people and communities to improve their ability to do the things they want to do, need to do or are expected to do. This might be to get in and out of bed or to prepare a meal.
Occupational Therapists can also make changes to the home or community environment to make it easier and safer for people to go about their everyday activities. For example, they might arrange for a hand rail to help a person balance while in the shower.
Who is the Occupational Therapist?
When can you see the Occupational Therapist?
Monday - Wednesday (except public holidays)
Who can see the Occupational Therapist?
Most bookings (referrals) come from the doctor (GP) but you are welcome to speak with our Intake Team who will help direct you to the service that best suits your needs.
How much does it cost?
Health Care Card Holders - $9.60 per visit
Other payment options are available.
Make a booking
Contact the Primary Health department. Our Intake Team will then phone you to talk about your request.
Phone: (03) 5862 0560
In person: 2 Katamatite Road Numurkah (click for map)
The visitor car park is located on Katamatite Road.
This service is funded by Home and Community Care.
Reasons to see an Occupational Therapist
Do you need help getting around?
We have a number of frames, shower stools and wheelchairs that you can hire. Please contact Primary Health reception on (03) 5862 0560 for more information.