MC Occupational Therapy
MC Occupational Therapy provide personalised client-centred approach to individuals and their support network by enabling active participation in assessment, problem solving and recommendations.
This collaborative approach is harnessed when addressing the client’s needs and goals holistically and realistically within the limitations of funding bodies and their criteria.
This would include supporting and accommodating changes for the client and their carers regarding independence impacted by age, medical conditions, disabilities, and other factors on occupational performance. In service delivery, we aim to perform critically, use evidence-based knowledge, and articulate beliefs and recommendations to real-world applications.
All employees of MC Occupational Therapy respect the diversity of individuals, and aim to generate empathetic and effective therapeutic relationships with clients and their support network.
MC Occupational Therapy In Social Network :
HOME MODIFICATIONS INCLUDING COMPLEX
ASSISTIVE TECHNOLOGY SCRIPTING AND TRIALS
SPECIALIST DISABILITY ACCOMMODATION
SOCIAL HOUSING/FAMILY AND COMMUNITY SERVICES
NATIONAL DISABILITY INSURANCE SCHEME
MC Occupational Therapy considers the following policies and procedures to guide work practices:
- National Disability Insurance Scheme Act 2013 (Cth)
- National Disability Insurance Scheme (Complaints management and resolution) Rules 2018
- National Disability Insurance Scheme (Incident management and reportable incidents) Rules 2018
- NDIS Quality and Safeguards Commission
- Discrimination Act
- Incident Management and Reportable Incidents Rules 2018
- Privacy Act 1988 (Cth)
Joining Our Team
MC Occupational Therapy is committed to building a diverse team with engaging therapists and professionals. Please contact the director to inquire about the positive and meaningful impact you can have on the lives of people with a disability.
Michael's extensive work history with Homecare and NDIS clients ranges from informative consultations, to complex solutions addressing a range of domains of importance for individuals. Michael's creativity and intelligent solutions have further strengthened his reputation as a leader in adult and adolescent disabilities, again demonstrated Michael's commitment to providing specialist services to those with complex medical conditions and disabilities.
Michael has a strong report writing and advocacy skills for housing/living solutions include Social Housing Pathway reports (FAC, DOH) and recommendations including modifications and relocation strategies, Independent Living options (ILO), Supported Independent Living (SIL), and Specialist Disability Accommodation (SDA). Michael is a key presenter at The University of Sydney, and is also a regular participant on NDIS forums.