What is an Occupational Therapist?
Occupational Therapists are qualified professionals who help people to improve independence when completing activities of everyday life such as household, personal care and leisure activities. Occupational Therapists can also provide advice regarding home safety, home modification, and aids and equipment.
When can I contact the Occupational Therapist?
Monday - Friday (except public holidays)
8:30 am - 5:00 pm
How can I arrange to see an Occupational Therapist?
Most people get a referral from their doctor (GP) but you are welcome to speak with our Intake Coordinator who will help arrange an appointment to see an Occupational Therapist.
How much does it cost?
Health Care Card/ Pension concession Holders - $10.10 for initial visit
Medium-High Income - $15.50 for initial visit
Other payment options are available.
Make a booking
When we receive your referral our Intake Coordinator will contact you about booking an appointment. Alternatively you can contact the Primary Health department on (03) 5862 0560 or in person at the Primary Health Reception, 2 Katamatite Road, Numurkah. Our Intake Coordinator will then talk to you about your request.
The visitor car park is located on Katamatite Road.
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.