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For Patients and Visitors

What is the Service?

The Northern Health team has been providing Allied Health and Continence Nursing Services to the community for over 25 years and is a registered NDIS provider. Our team, based at Bundoora site at Northern Health, have extensive experience in the assessment and management of people with complex needs and provide a coordinated multidisciplinary approach to care. Our goal is to enable people to participate to their full capacity in their everyday life at home and within the broader community.

We provide services in the home and at our Bundoora Campus.

What can I expect from the service?

We are an NDIS for provider for:

  • Occupational Therapy
  • Physiotherapy
  • Speech Pathology
  • Dietetics
  • Podiatry
  • Orthotics
  • Exercise Physiology
  • Allied Health Assistants
  • Continence Nursing – (Adults and Children)

Our team of highly skilled professionals have extensive experience in working with people with chronic and/or progressive neurological conditions.

Based on your needs our team can provide:

  • Therapy to improve or maintain physical function
  • Prescription of aids and equipment including complex seating and wheelchairs
  • Advice and management related to pressure care
  • Advice on home modifications
  • Therapy to improve or maintain independence in daily activities
  • Carer education
  • Swallowing advice and education
  • Therapy to improve or assist communication
  • Dietary and nutritional advice and support
  • Assessment and management of feet and footwear needs
  • Provision of orthotics
  • Comprehensive continence assessment and management
  • Bladder retraining, bowel regulation programs and toileting programs (both day and night-time)
  • Catheter and condom drainage education
  • Advice regarding behavioural issues related to toileting
  • Prescription of continence aids and equipment

What we offer:

  • A team of dedicated health professionals with specialist experience in working with people living with disabilities
  • A strong focus on provision of quality services that are evidence based
  • Strong working relationships with family, carers, workplaces and support coordinators
  • Valuable links within the health service and the broader community
  • Ability to provide coordinated care across a number if therapy areas.

How will we deliver your care:

  • We will meet with you to understand your NDIS plan and discuss how we can work with you to achieve your goals
  • Our services can be provided in your home, in local community setting or at our treatment rooms in Bundoora. Some consultations can also be provided over the phone.
  • Where required we are able to provide joint visits with other disciplines

Contact us

Phone: 9495 3443


For Health Professionals

Service Overview

The Northern Health team has been providing Allied Health and Continence Nursing Services to the community for over 25 years and is a registered NDIS provider. Our team, based at Bundoora site at Northern Health, have extensive experience in the assessment and management of people with complex needs and provide a coordinated multidisciplinary approach to care. Our goal is to enable people to participate to their full capacity in their everyday life at home and within the broader community.

We provide services in the home and at our Bundoora Campus.

What can I expect from the service?

We are an NDIS for provider for:

  • Occupational Therapy
  • Physiotherapy
  • Speech Pathology
  • Dietetics
  • Podiatry
  • Orthotics
  • Exercise Physiology
  • Allied Health Assistants
  • Continence Nursing – (Adults and Children)

Our team of highly skilled professionals have extensive experience in working with people with chronic and/or progressive neurological conditions.

Inclusion criteria:

Have a current NDIS plan with allocated hours/funding for Allied Health or Continence Nursing.

Exclusion criteria:

No allocated hours/funding on NDIS plan


How to Refer:

For referrals or enquiries regarding this service please contact the Community Access Service team

Free Call:      1300 128 539

Fax:                9495 3510

Email:           CommunityAccesshelpdesk@nh.org.au

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