Independent Provider Collective
Independent Provider Collective (IPC)
As the name suggests, the ‘IPC’ is a collective of independent providers. Determined2 believes that working collaboratively with other service providers will offer better outcomes for our participants, that is why we have formed the IPC. The IPC share Determined2’s values and person-centred approaches. We work together for you and can link your information seamlessly between providers to save you the stress and hassle of getting everyone on the same page. Select a service provider from below that you would like to connect with, they will be sent a message to contact you.
If you would like to apply to be one of our Independent Providers, please CLICK HERE
Occupational Therapist, Moving Forward Occupational Therapy
Assessments to identify current functional needs, setting of goals, assessing equipment needs and report writing for ongoing funding.
This means that we are all at home more and less able to socialise, as an Occupational Therapist, there are a number of ways that I can help support you through this time, this could be done by virtual means such as video calls, skype or Zoom:
- If you feel that you need increased support or different services within your plan, I can assist you by completing an assessment and report. This can then be used within a plan review to help you to obtain the needed supports.
- Make suggestions and source assistive devices that you may need around the home, these could be things such as tools to help you get dressed with more ease or specialised cushions for comfort since you will be seated more than usual.
- Asses the home environment via video and see what may be needed to support you while you are at home more than usual.
- Work with you to develop short term goals over the next few weeks or months that you could work towards while complying with the current social distancing restrictions. These goals could be around increasing your independence with tasks at home or engaging in a different leisure activity within the home.
If you feel that this support would be beneficial to you, then I would love to discuss this with you further.
Interact Telehealth Physiotherapy Service with Sue Baker
About Sue Baker
In the interest of not potentially spreading or catching the virus, many services are temporarily suspending face-to-face services. We are very mindful of the fragile state of health that many clients may be in, and do not want to cause any unnecessary distress.
We have developed a telehealth service and will be happy to provide services to you in this way, if you wish.
NB: If you already have a physiotherapy provider, please do discuss this option with them in the first instance, as they will be more familiar with you and are the most appropriate people to provide the service to you. This offer is only made as a back-up option for Determined2 clients.
- Research has proven that telehealth services are just as effective as face to face contact
- We can talk to you and answer any questions you have, as often as you like
- We can monitor your condition, either by phone or video link
- If you are at your computer a lot, we can advise about ergonomic workstation set-up
- We can devise and update any programmes you may need
- Costs will be less as we will not be charging for travel
- Consultations will also probably be shorter and therefore more cost effective
- No special equipment is needed, and you won’t need to download any apps.
- NDIS will cover costs for this service.
- No wait list for new clients.
- Telehealth can be used while you are waiting to get services from a more local therapist
If you think you would like to avail of this service, please do contact me and I will be very happy to discuss it with you.
Lifeback Tracker App
Life Improvement Service
Lifeback Tracker is a non-clinical online mobile application to improve your life by tracking, assessing and improving 4 key areas of your health.
About Lifeback Tracker
- Reduce Alcohol
Lifeback Tracker self-assessment questionnaire designed by Dr Michael Musker from the Wellbeing and Resilience Centre at South Australian Health and Medical Research Institute (SAHMRI).
Its Confidential, Easy, Free, Non clinical
This tool is continually improving and evolving. New functions are to be added in the near future, we are excited at the prospect of getting Lifeback Tracker to those that need it.
Employment, Social and Skill Building Service
Maintaining social interactions and skill building.
About Employment Options
We believe that continuing to provide appropriate services will minimise social isolation and maintain connectedness, especially for people living with disability.
We have implemented the following actions to keep participants and staff safe:
- Daily professional clean of our facilities
- Hand sanitiser and hand washing facilities supplies maintained
- Disinfectant wipes in training rooms for surfaces as users move in and out
- Max number of persons in training rooms and offices implemented to meet social distancing: 4 sqm per person + 1.5 m
- Restricted visitors and couriers access to the building
We are providing NDIS Participants with choice in service delivery to meet their needs including technological solutions such as – online via zoom.
We have just recruited more NDIS Mentors with a range of activity ‘Superpowers’ including:
- 3D printing
- Crocheting/yarn bombing
- Drama and dance
- Career exploration
- (just to name a few, your interest not listed above? Call Sasha to discuss)
Our mentors are trained and experienced in strengthening participant confidence and self-esteem, independent living skills, communications skills and social skills.
A multitude of other community activities and programs have been suspended, postponed or cancelled.
If we can assist with any of your participants to help maintain connections and minimise social isolation and undertake tailored/personalised one2one activities.
Contact Sasha Dragovelic for more info about our services.
NDIS registered Disability Support Service Provider
In home services, in home respite, supported accommodation and improved daily living skills..
About our Home Care Services
You can be provided with an overview of each support worker and work with our dedicated co-ordination team to select your own team of support workers that suit your needs and personality, we can provide:
- Personal care needs
- Continence management
- Clinical procedures
- Meal preparation and shopping
- Cleaning and laundry service
- In-home or centre-based respite
- Transport to appointments or social activities
About Thrive Improved Daily Living Skills
- Assistance with decision making Includes daily planning, budgeting, etc.
- Individual skills development and training Includes public transport training and support.
- Individual counselling
- Therapy assistance
Our intake team would love to answer any questions or discuss any of your needs in further detail.
Lift Up Voices
Music skills development programs with diversity and social inclusion
provides inclusive group workshops and individual sessions
About Lift Up Voices
As Director and Co-Founder of Lift Up Voices, I am extremely passionate about uplifting lives through creativity. Having grown up with a twin sister with disability, I’ve witnessed the power of music and it’s incredible ability to build self-confidence, social connection give young people an opportunity for their voice to be heard.
Mary Ogle – Developmental Educator
Assessment, therapy plan and skills development
Helping people meet their NDIS goals utilising a holistic, strengths based, people centered approach
About Developmental Education
Mary strongly believes that everyone has the right to participate in society, have equal access, and to have the same choices and opportunities to live independently in the community. This belief has shaped Mary’s passion for advocacy and to provide therapeutic interventions to improve the individual’s outcomes in life.
Assessment Tools utilised to establish a baseline
- Vineland – 3 Assessment (comprehensive) assessing: daily living skills, communication, socialisation and motor skills
- Social Skills Profile
- Social Skills Assessment Tools
- Vocational Assessment Tools
- Independent Living Assessment Tools
- Observations of Daily Living Skills
Building a Therapy Plan
- Based on Assessment outcomes
- Seek input for caregivers, service providers, observations and other assessments if available
- Include Interventions (if applicable)
- Create visuals for daily living skills, activities and support communication
Practice the Skills
- Mentoring or modelling skills
- Observations of new skills learnt
- Teaching functional life skills
- Provide training to caregivers and/or service providers
- Budgeting Support
- Money skills
- Parenting Education
- In-home support and Training
- Support seeking Volunteering Options
- Support seeking Employment Options
- Working in partnership with other allied health professionals and service providers
Progress Reports and Recommendations – Therapy based
- 3-monthly review of NDIS goals
- Input from the participant, caregivers, service providers and observations
- Evaluation of NDIS goals or work on alternative goals
- Therapy report recommendations
- Facilitate Self- Advocacy Support
Speech Pathology & Psychology
Prospect – Salisbury – Port Adelaide – Gawler – Berri
Tailored, evidence based speech pathology, cognition skills and psychology practice for children and adults
About Good Prospects
Our specific vision and mission is to provide these services in areas that need it the most with a focus on client care and advocacy. We tailor our services to each local area individually in recognition of the unique differences across our state. Each location is recognized as being its own unique “village” with its own unique needs and population and we recognize that different services or approaches may be required in each of these village rather than a “one size fits all” approach.
We actively embrace multi-culturalism both within our client base and the staff we employ.
Specialist Areas include:
- Developmental speech and language difficulties incorporating the latest techniques in articulation & language therapy
- Intervention for non-talking toddlers using parent focused approaches
- Listening and Comprehension
- Expressive language and vocabulary development
- Oral and written literacy skills essential for success with the school curriculum
- Fluency Intervention including the well researched Lidcombe program
- Visual communication strategies including alternative and augmentative communication plans
- Short term prevention programs in schools and pre-schools enabling staff to become more independent at meeting speech, oral language and literacy needs
- Workshops & positive language development strategies for parents, pre-schools and schools
- Intervention for children with Disabilities and those with Autism Spectrum Disorder
- Development of pragmatic and social language skills
- Children and students with an ESL background
- Behavioural Issues related to speech and language difficulties
- Cleft Palate and Craniofacial difficulties
- Dysphagia or swallowing issues
- Mealtime management
- Intervention or Stroke and degenerative disorders
- Psychological assessment
- Disability support
- Individual, couples and family psychotherapy
- Child, adolescent, adult and family mental health
- Suicide prevention
Treatment of –
- Co-morbidity (mental illness and substance use)
Management of –
- Complex trauma
Clients can self-refer to the practice. A referral from a GP or other specialist is not required.
Good Prospects is registered as a Medicare Enhanced Primary Care Provider for those families who have been approved under this plan by their GP to receive a rebate for up to 5, 10 or 20 sessions depending on diagnosis. Only Psychology clients may be eligible for a Medicare Mental Health Care plan from their GP.
Our practice is registered with the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS).
Pay it Forward
About Determined2 (cont.)