What are Therapeutic Supports?

Therapeutic Supports

Therapeutic supports are provided to assist you to improve your functional skills to improve independence in daily activities in areas such as communication, personal care, mobility and movement, interpersonal interactions and community living.

Therapeutic supports are provided by a qualified allied health professionals such as an occupational therapist, physiotherapist, dietitian, counsellor or speech pathologist. They can also be provided by a registered nurse. The important factor is that the person providing therapeutic supports needs to be qualified in their field.

Therapeutic Supports may include:

Assessment, recommendations, therapy or training
Therapy Assistants
Exercise Physiology
Community Engagement Assistance
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How NDIS funds Therapeutic Supports?

Therapeutic Supports are funded under Capacity Building Supports – Improved Daily Living in your NDIS plan.

Am I eligible for funding for Therapeutic Supports?

Eligibility for funding is assessed by the NDIS on a case-by-case basis and will be included in your plan if it is considered a reasonable and necessary support that meets your needs and will help you achieve your goals and is also dependent on your situation, plan objectives and aspirations.

Therapeutic Supports at uCare iCare

Our therapeutic supports aim to help participants achieve goals in all aspects of their lives. These include independence, health and wellbeing, community living, social and interpersonal interactions.

We provide a wide range of therapeutic supports including:

  • Occupational Therapy
  • Speech Therapy
  • Counselling Services

Our specialists can also personalise the counselling sessions to deliver therapeutic support best suited to your needs.


Our therapeutic supports include Occupational Therapy, Speech Therapy, Counselling and so much more. Click here to find out whether our caregivers can help with your specific psychological needs that are not mentioned above.

No we do not currently.