The Salvation Army Healthlink Allied Health Services provides a range of Government subsidised allied health therapies and services, focusing on wellness and reablement, to older people living in the community.
The services are available to individuals and groups and are focused on the recovery or improving capability to manage everyday tasks and enhance overall wellbeing, to recover or maintain a level of independence that will support capacity to remain at home, and within the community.
Who is eligible?
- Older persons 65 years and over, or persons who are over 50 years and identify as an Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander.
- If you would benefit from our services to assist you to improve or maintain your independence and mobility.
- If you think the therapy services will help you to remain in your current living situation for as long as possible
All clients using government funded therapy and services are encouraged to contribute to the subsidised cost. However, if you feel you are unable to contribute to the cost, please speak with our Administration Assistant for a Financial Assessment.
Is a referral needed?
Yes. Clients who wish to access the services of HEALTHLINK are required to be registered with & referred by My Aged Care
Day therapy centre features
Additional details: Includes hydrotherapy, falls & prevention group, Tai Chi, remedial massage therapy, relaxation therapy, walking group, strength & balance exercises.