NDIS Allied Health Northern NSW


We’re  a “one-stop-shop” for NDIS registered allied health professionals in northern NSW.




Why Work With Optimum Allied Health: Our team understand and are trained in NDIS. You will be guided by our in-house NDIS allied health co-ordinators who are experienced Occupational Therapists and will help you navigate the system and get the best value program for your goals. 

Optimum Allied Health practitioners are all registered and able to provide services under the NDIS. 

Occupational Therapy

  • Optimum’s Occupational Therapists will help you navigate the NDIS to get the best program for your goals, help you modify your environment with appropriate supports so that you (or your client or family member) can achieve greater mobility and independence. 


  • Optimum Allied Health’s physiotherapists are experienced in working with children and adults with disability. We work to reduce pain and symptoms whilst actively focusing on developing exercise and rehabilitation plans to promote co-ordination, mobility and independence. 

Exercise Physiology

  • Optimum Allied Health’s Accredited Exercise Physiologists are trained to prescribe exercise programs to people who will benefit from greater mobility, balance and overall health. These are usually gym based programs delivered in one of our onsite gyms. 


  • Optimum Allied Health’s accredited dietitians manage nutritional care by planning and implementing appropriate diets and menus for our valued clients – taking into account personal preference and goals we help you make dietary choices to attain and maintain health, and to prevent or treat health conditions. 


  • Our podiatrists treat and manage conditions and biomechanics issues of the foot and ankle. We can make and prescribe orthotics, help with regular foot and nail care or treat pain and symptoms of the foot and ankle. 


  • Hydrotherapy is available in Goonellabah.


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If you would like to dicuss working with Optimum Allied Health as part of your NDIS program please contact us today  on 1300 871 249 and ask to speak with an NDIS coordinator

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Understanding NDIS and How to Find an NDIS Provider in Ballina, Grafton, or Lismore

The NDIS (National Disability Insurance Scheme) provides funding packages for thousands of Australians with disabilities that affect their physical, cognitive, neurological, sensory, or social functioning. The number of people eligible for the NDIS is expected to continue growing in the coming years. Once an NDIS participant turns 65, they may choose to remain in the program or receive their support through aged care services. If an individual develops a disability after the age of 65, they will receive aged care services.

Millions of Australians have disabilities, but many of them do not meet the eligibility criteria for the NDIS. These people may still receive assistance through the new program that provides information and referrals to help connect people with disabilities and their caregivers and families with community support. The NDIS is not a replacement for the Disability Support Pension, which provides income support for people from 16 through 65 with disabilities that make them unable to work. The NDIS offers additional funding to help meet the special needs of these individuals such as home health care or funding for wheelchairs.

The importance of the NDIS

A Productivity Commission report in 2011 found that existing disability services were inefficient and underfunded. The Commission recommended a new system, one of individual funding packages that individuals with disabilities could use to purchase the support they needed. Before the NDIS, there was much disparity in the support services offered by disability service providers. A person who needed support services was assigned to one provider and restricted to the specific supports that they provided. It was challenging to change providers, too. The goal of the NDIS is to grant each person the support they need depending on their situations, conditions, and requirements.

Are you eligible for the NDIS?

Whether you are looking for information about the NDIS in Ballina, Grafton, or Lismore, you can use this eligibility checklist to see whether you may be eligible. If you are, you can apply for support. Once your application is accepted, you can then speak with a representative about your situation, existing support services, and future goals. Typical support people receive include help with personal care tasks, equipment such as hearing aids or wheelchairs, various types of therapy, participation in social activities, and transport services.

Find an NDIS provider with Optimum Allied Health

At Optimum Allied Health, our friendly and compassionate team members are trained to understand the NDIS and know how to help you receive the services you need. Our coordinators can help guide you through the process of using the NDIS in Grafton, Lismore, or Ballina. We’ll help ensure that you can access the best programs for your goals including occupational therapy, physiotherapy, dietetics, podiatry, hydrotherapy, and more. To learn more about working with Optimum Allied Health to make the most of the NDIS in Lismore, Ballina, or Grafton, contact us, and an NDIS coordinator will be happy to speak with you about your options.

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