We believe in a client focused and an inclusive collaborative approach to therapy across the lifespan. We offer a large experienced therapy team including a Specialised Paediatric Team.
We will work with you and your network (including schools and medical professionals) through communication within yours and your child’s community, provision of therapy resources as well as training and up-skilling of your support team to implement therapist strategies. We want to promote as much choice and independence as possible.
Our Service Engagement Team will help you to decide on the most convenient therapy delivery options; assigning the best therapists to suit your needs. They will navigate your journey here at IBPF providing ease and openness of communication between yourself, therapists and support networks.
IBPF is the only locally owned and operated registered provider of NDIS therapy supports in the Wheatbelt, servicing all levels of plan management. All of our allied health professionals know and understand the Wheatbelt community and are actively involved within the community everyday.
Our experienced team:
- Speech Pathologists
- Occupational Therapist
- Exercise Physiologist
- Personal Trainers
Our physiotherapists work with adults and children to achieve functional mobility and daily living goals. Physiotherapy helps to improve health, balance, coordination and strength through tailored therapy, exercises, strategies and advice. They will also help with selection and prescription of mobility equipment.
Our speech pathologists are experts in swallowing, language, comprehension and vocabulary. They are also equipped to manage emotional regulation and social interaction skills. They will help with selection and implementation of communication devices and strategies.
Check out In Balance Speech Pathology for more information.
Our occupational therapist is equipped with the knowledge and skills to work both children and adults to achieve everyday activities with confidence. They are experts at working with children to improve learning, fine motor skills, behavioural challenges and social skills. They will help with selection and prescription of various equipment needs from home modifications to objects of daily use.