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Billing: No Fee
Wheelchair access: Yes
The Community Rehabilitation Team (CRT) employs a team approach in the delivery of services and aims to improve client’s functional capacity, retrain lost or impaired skills and support psychosocial functioning.
The CRT multidisciplinary team comprises of physiotherapy, occupational therapy, social work, speech pathology counselling and psychology, nurse practitioners, rehabilitation coordination, vocational assessment and rehabilitation.
CRT services are provided to adults with neurological conditions, including recent traumatic and acquired brain injury, spinal cord injury 18 months post discharge from hospital and chronic progressive neurological conditions requiring a multidisciplinary package of treatment.
The CRT team also provides services to clients with upper or lower limb amputations. In delivery of services the CRT maintains working links with Driving Assessment and Rehabilitation Service (DARS), Rehabilitation Medicine, Exercise Physiology and the Prosthetics and Orthotics Services (P&O) which are all services within the Division of Rehabilitation, Aged and Community Care (RACC).
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