NDIS Provider servicing Brisbane and greater Queensland
Our NDIS registered providers in Brisbane and Queensland are mobile and can treat people in their own homes, schools or other community settings.
If you are looking for a Brisbane NDIS mobile Occupational Therapist, Physiotherapist, Psychologist, Speech Pathologist, Dietician or Exercise Physiologist, Connect2Care is available to support your needs.
Our Mobile Allied Health Professionals Can Come To You
Connect2Care is predominantly a mobile therapeutic service, so we come to you.
Connect2Care mobile clients will have access to assistive technology to cover their daily equipment needs, such as wheelchairs, scooters, or other mobility devices, toileting and shower assistance, and technology that can focus on ensuring they are safe and functional, along with innovative equipment that can assist with their daily activities.
We also offer telehealth appointments for many of our services to support clients who are based outside of Brisbane, or for people who cannot attend in-person appointments.
Therapy can mean so many different things to different people. For some, it’s therapy to support a client’s everyday needs (dressing, showering eating, or simply getting around) for others it can be the exploration of specific equipment (assistive technology) that can greatly impact one’s independence or ease of doing a task. Others may want to look into formal assessments and what they mean.
There can be other goals around travel, gaining meaningful employment, or school/education needs. Connect2Care can customize or advise you on the best location based on individual circumstances and goals.
Contact our helpful support team to discuss your requirements, or you can submit your referral directly online.
Our Brisbane Hub
We understand some people may wish to visit a Brisbane NDIS health provider at their registered practice, so we welcome people to our Yeerongpilly hub for appointments.
Our Connect2Care office is an easily accessible distance for people living in Brisbane’s inner southern suburbs, close to public transport and with off-street parking available.
At our Yeerongpilly hub, our clients have access to equipment to help them learn through repeatedly practising a variety of skills, including internet-enabled PCs, laptops and iPads, and climbing frames to help with measuring muscle strength, interactive whiteboards, kitchenettes with utensils for clients to practise making meals and carry out household tasks, and various toys for children to play with.