The National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) is the new way of providing individualised support for people with a disability, their families and carers.

Cobaw are here to help you participate in your community and be more independent.  We help you to achieve your goals and take part in all the everyday things you love and live your best life.

Our comprehensive service

Consultations may be at one of our sites in Kyneton and Romsey or in your own home.  You may need a short burst of therapy or for a longer time to achieve your goals.  Some health conditions may need a number of health experts to work together, in which case our multi-disciplinary team work closely with you to help you manage your complex needs.

Cobaw is a registered provider of services and supports to NDIS participants of all ages.

Contact us today to discuss your needs with our NDIS specialists – phone 1300 026 229 or send us a message via our Contact Us page.

Our Allied Health therapists are experienced in the treatment of multiple chronic conditions such as:

  • Physical disabilities (amputations, post-surgical)
  • Intellectual disabilities
  • Acquired brain injuries
  • Neurological injuries (strokes, Multiple sclerosis, Alzheimer’s, Cerebral palsy)
  • Spinal cord injuries & much more.

Health services available:

• Pain management treatment
• Strength, balance, coordination
• Home exercise programs
• Advice on the management of your condition
• Recommendations for mobility & equipment aids.

Occupational Therapy:
• Functional adaptive behaviour assessments
• Facilitate everyday living activities
• Advice for home modifications
• Advice on the management of your condition
• Recommendations for mobility and equipment aids
• Advice on transfers within the home and out in the community equipment
• Driving assessments.

• Support for people who experience difficulties with chewing and swallowing
• Fussy eating or resistant/picky eating
• Stressful mealtimes and other mealtime challenges such as food refusal, eating with distractions or avoidance to eat socially
• Bowel issues (e.g. constipation, diarrhoea, coeliac disease, limited fluid/fibre intake)
• Limited range of foods eaten which can lead to nutritional deficiencies and poor social or participation outcomes
• Excessive weight gain which impacts on physical or social function.

Useful NDIS links

Check your eligibility for NDIS funding through the NDIS checklist

Visit the NDIS website or contact the National Disability Insurance Agency on 1800 800 110