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Therapy services

People with disability and their families can access a range of professional therapy services that are funded by the Disability Services Commission. These therapies include:

  • physiotherapy
  • psychology
  • occupational therapy
  • social work
  • speech pathology.


Visit our directory of service providers for a full list of organisations that are funded by the Commission to provide therapy services for different stages of life: 

How do I find out more?

In order to find out more about therapy services, please contact your Local Area Coordinator or one of the therapy service providers listed in the directory of service providers, or see the Guide to children's therapy services funded by the Disability Services Commission below:

Guide to children's therapy services funded by the Disability Services Commission (Word version)
Guide to children's therapy services funded by the Disability Services Commission (PDF version)

Commission-provided therapy services

Commission-provided therapy services are delivered by the Statewide Specialist Services directorate. These services are for eligible people (0–65 years) with intellectual disability, intellectual disability and autism or autism.

The services provided are: