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Programs are individually created in consultation with the client  to enable them to define and achieve their goals for an improved quality of life.  The principles of Cognitive Rehabilitation Therapy are applied to compensate for the cognitive difficulties a person may be experiencing including

  • memory loss
  • difficulty with planning and organising
  • difficulty getting started with tasks
  • getting easily overwhelmed
  • poor problem solving skills
  • difficulty regulating emotions
  • managing fatigue and sleep

Programs typically focus on improving daily living skills in the following areas

  • Planning, organising and completing tasks
  • Creating a daily and weekly routine
  • Solving day to day problems
  • Managing money
  • Accessing the community
  • Planning and preparing meals
  • Managing personal hygiene
  • Managing household tasks
  • Participating in leisure pursuits
  • Gaining employment or returning to work
  • Managing behaviour in different environments
  • Improving self awareness and emotional regulation
  • Returning to school or work
  • Getting back to driving

Alison also works with teachers and education assistants to maximize the learning of children who have an acquired brain injury or other disabilities impacting on cognition to improve self regulation in the school environment.

Our organisation supports:

Culturally and linguistically diverse people
Young Adults

Diagnoses and conditions:

Acquired Brain Injury
Autism and related conditions
Developmental delay
Global development delay
Intellectual disability
Other intellectual/learning conditions

Service types our organisation supports:

Allied health – general
Behavioural assessment and support
Occupational therapy
Other counselling
Recovery Coach