People With Disabilities WA

Provides individual and systematic advocacy for the representation of the rights, needs and equity of all Western Australians with physical, intellectual, psychiatric or sensory disabilities.

Oasis Lotteries House
1/37 Hampden Road
Nedlands WA 6009
Ph: 1800 193 331 or (08) 9485 8900

Potential Therapy Services

Provides Occupational Therapy, Physiotherapy, Speech Pathology and Psychology intervention to children and their families in the South West. They have a well equipped Sensory Gym and conduct individual and group sessions as well as home or school visits if required.

NDIS Support Categories Registered to Provide:
– CAPACITY BUILDING: Improved Daily Living Skills

Unit 3, 30 Burler Dve
Vasse WA 6280
Ph: (08) 9754 3061

Senses Australia

Senses Australia is a multi-disciplinary comprehensive therapy team who provide specialist sensory services and support services to children, adults and seniors with a wide range of disabilities. They service the Southwest from hubs in Busselton, Margaret River and Bunbury.

NDIS Support Categories Registered to Provide:
– CORE: Assistance with Daily Life; Consumables; Assistance with Social & Community Participation
– CAPITAL: Assistive Technology; Home Modifications and Specialised Disability Accommodation (SDA)
– CAPACITY BUILDING: Improved Living Arrangements; Increased Social and Community Participation; Finding and Keeping a Job; Improved Relationships; Improved Health and Wellbeing; Improved Learning; Improved Life Choices; Improved Daily Living Skills (all therapies)

SPOTS Therapy for Children

SPOTS provide occupational therapy services to children attending main stream schools and have a diagnosis on the higher end of the spectrum. Services include self-regulation, sensory processing, gross and fine motor coordination, handwriting skills and visual perceptual skills

Unit 2, 76 Spencer Street (by appointment only)
Bunbury WA 6230
Ph: 0408 364 179 (Monday-Friday)

SSEND – School of Special Educational Needs: Disability

Provides support for students with disabilities and diverse learning needs through teams of teachers working from the School of Special Educational Needs: Disability, School of Special Educational Needs: Sensory (Vision Education Service and the Western Australian Institute for Deaf Education) and the School of Medical and Mental Health.

Department of Education
Statewide Services Centre
33 Giles Avenue
Padbury WA 6025
Ph: (08) 9402 6100