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What is an Occupational therapist?
Occupational therapists work with people living with permanent and significant disability to assist them to achieve participation in everyday occupations in order to lead healthy and independent lives. Occupational therapists are frequently funded by the NDIS to work with a participant to achieve their goals. Occupational therapists work with those living with a disability to manage everyday occupations to establish independence and improve their quality of lifestyle.
Functional Capacity Assessment for NDIS participants ensure that they have the right level of support and funding to achieve their goals. These are provided by an Occupational Therapist under the NDIA at the request of the participant, family member, advocate, Local Area Coordinator (LAC) or other involved party.
This can be included in your capacity building supports NDIS funds