AAH Group


Many of the businesses belonging to Advanced Allied Health Group are NDIS registered providers committed to providing high-quality care.

What NDIS Services do we offer?

NDIS participants may see a number of allied health providers including dietitians, exercise physiologists, physiotherapists, occupational therapists and podiatrists


  • Promote physical and mental wellbeing
  • Address complex nutrition needs

Exercise Physiologists

  • Improved lung function
  • Improved mobility, flexibility, balance, coordination and strength
  • Greater independence and self-esteem


  • Improved mobility and physical function
  • Reduced pain

Occupational Therapists

  • Focused on providing methods and tools for people to participate in everyday activities such as social activities, productive activities or self-care (showering, dressing or making food).


  • Podiatry helps support and treat conditions that affect your feet, ankles and legs.

What is the NDIS?

The NDIS supports people with significant and long-term disability to improve skills, become more independent, enjoy strong community connections and achieve their goals. 

Once you have an NDIS plan, you’re able to use your funding to access the services outlined in it. 

Depending on your needs, you may be able to access funding to help with things like: 

  • Personal care
  • Household tasks to allow you to maintain your home environment
  • Transport to enable participation in community, social, economic and daily life activities
  • Gaining or keeping employment in the open or supported labour market
  • Home modification design and construction
  • Vehicle modifications
  • Therapeutic support. 
What is the NDIS

How does Advanced Allied Health Group support NDIS participants?

Disability may limit your physical, sensory, mobility or mental function. Allied health services therefore play a vital role in supporting people with disability.

We support NDIS participants with :
  • Physical disability
  • Autism & Asperger’s
  • Intellectual disability
  • Genetic disability
  • Learning disability
  • Stroke
  • Brain injury
  • Neurological disorders – cerebral palsy, epilepsy
  • ADHD
  • Developmental delay in 0-5s

What can I expect from my appointment?

At your first appointment, your provider is likely to: 

  • Read through your NDIS plan
  • Ask you some questions so they can learn about your lifestyle, goals and disability
  • Examine you and assess your condition, including your muscle strength, joint mobility, balance and endurance
  • Form a service agreement with you as recommended by the NDIS
  • Obtain your permission to liaise with others in your treatment team, such as your doctors.
What can I expect from my appointment

Do I need a referral?

No, you need an NDIS plan. Your NDIS plan opens the door to the funding you need to access allied health services. 

If you don’t yet have an NDIS plan, then you can check your eligibility here

If you’ve got your NDIS plan in place, then please contact us and we will assign you to a service in your area.