Experienced Professional Support
Our team of Occupational Therapists specialise in working with adults. Working closely with individuals to identify their goals and assist them to participate in activities of everyday living. Our team has extensive experience across a broad range of injuries, illnesses and disabilities including (but not limited) to the following:
Stroke/ CVA, TIA
Multiple sclerosis (MS)
Motor Neurone Disease (MND)
Spinal cord injury
Acquired Brain injury
Chronic regional pain syndrome
Our OT’s work with their clients to achieve their goals for participation, independence and well-being. As an NDIS provider, Nouvita can support your NDIS plan with:
Improved daily living assessments and subsequent recommendations
Consultations for physical and cognitive disabilities
Supported Independent Living (SIL) assessments
As people age, they can find it increasingly harder to maintain their independence and to continue enjoying the activities they once did. Our team can evaluate each person and determine what changes they need to make both in themselves and their homes, in order to continue enjoying their independence.
Our OT's have all the equipment and skill-sets they need to carry out in home treatments of any type. Including:
Specialised Equipment prescription
Home environmental assessment
Specialised seating/ wheelchair prescription
Scooter & mobility assessment and training
Chronic pain management
Stroke & neurological rehabilitation
Driving assessment & rehabilitation
Home access & vehicle assessments
Links to community facilities & resource
Bathroom modification review/application
Pressure area care
Electric bed and chair prescription/review
Dementia Care & Planning
Having graduated with a Bachelor of Occupational Therapy (Honours) from the University of Newcastle in 2007,
Bronwyn has over 15 years of experience working with clients in the Hunter region living with a Spinal cord injury (SCI) traumatic, non-traumatic and aging-related.
Bronwyn has gained her clinical skills and experience by working in the medical rehabilitation ward at the John Hunter Hospital along with many years working in the community at both the Hunter Spinal Injury service and other private practices.
Bronwyn has worked with clients at all stages of life helping to provide NDIS assessments, reporting, and therapies to help them achieve their goals.
Bron is well respected by her peers for her experience and expertise in prescribing complex and non-complex equipment and assisting clients with their community access and home modification requirements.
Bronwyn is passionate about making a positive difference in the lives of her clients.