What Sets Us Apart.
We are dedicated to providing excellent therapy focused on giving children the skills and support they need to experience success in every area of life.
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With the right support every child can blossom
So How Does It Work?.
At Blossom Occupational Therapy we strive for excellent quality of service, ensuring families receive value for their money.
We are confident in making this statement because we are highly experienced, resulting in focused effective intervention.
HCWA and BETTER START FUNDING
We are registered with the Department of Social Services to provide services through the Helping Children with Autism fund and the Better Start Initiative.
If your child is under 6 and has been diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder you will be able to register for funding under the Helping Children with Autism Fund. For more information visit the Amaze website
If your child is under the age of 6 and has been diagnosed with any of the following diagnoses you will be able to register for funding under the Better Start Initiative:
For families accessing Helping Children with Autism and Better Start funding interpreter services are available at no cost.
If you require an interpreter please contact us to find out how we can support you.
Armadale, Ashburton, Ashwood, Beaumaris, Bentleigh, Bentleigh East, Black Rock, Brighton, Burwood, Camberwell, Carlton, Carnegie, Caulfield, Chadstone, Chelsea, Cheltenham, Clarinda, Clayton, Dendy, Dingley Village, Elsternwick, Elwood, Gardenvale, Glen Huntly, Glen Iris, Glen Waverley, Hampton, Hawthorn East, Heatherton, Highett, Holmesglen, Huntingdale, Knoxfield, Malvern, McKinnon, Melbourne, Mentone, Moorabbin, Mordialloc, Mount Waverley, Mulgrave, Murrumbeena, Oakleigh, Ormond, Parkdale, Prahran, Sandown village, Sandringham, Springvale, St Kilda, Syndal, Toorak, Tooronga, Waverley Gardens
For services to more outlying suburbs a travel cost will be incurred. Please contact us for a quote.
For rural communities and families who cannot access our home visits we offer therapy via online platforms. Read more here
You do not need a referral.
You can give us a call on 0478 111 660.
What to have ready on your first visit
Please note that you do not need a referral for your visit.
If you are planning to access Medicare funding such as the Mental Health Plan or the Chronic Disease Management Plan, please speak to your GP for a referral prior to the visit. (If you are unsure whether you may be eligible, please give us a call for more information.)
It will be helpful to have any relevant reports from paediatricians, other therapists or teachers available at our visit.
If you are accessing funding through the Helping Children with Autism or Better Start initiatives, please have your funding letter readily accessible.
To make sure that we use our time most effectively, please ensure that the forms that we had emailed or posted out to you when you made the appointment have been completed as far as possible.
To find out more about what happens on a first visit please see our FAQs