ECH allied health workers not only cater to the varying needs of clients, but they also arrive at the door or to a session with a warm and welcoming smile, ready for a chat! They believe in providing a holistic approach to care, addressing not only physical ailments but also mental and emotional wellbeing.
From physiotherapists, occupational therapists, speech pathologists, dietitians, exercise physiologists, registered music therapists, podiatrists, massage therapists and social workers, a team of specialists can tailor a program that suits each individual’s needs.
ECH Chief Executive Claire Scapinello says the organisation’s client-centred approach contributes to improved health outcomes and overall client satisfaction.
“Our allied health workers are an invaluable asset to the wellbeing of our clients. The expertise and dedication they show every day, plays a crucial role in strengthening the quality of care we provide,” Ms Scapinello says.
“The sense of achievement that occurs when our clients reach their strength goals is so important for a positive mindset and it empowers them to be independent.”
As a leading profit-for-purpose organisation, ECH supports more than 15,000 clients across the state, delivered by a team of professionally trained staff.
ECH also provides a range of at-home services to people 65 years and over who qualify for the Commonwealth Home Support Programme (CHSP) or a Home Care Package (HCP), alternatively, support can be received as a self-funded client.
ECH gives clients the freedom to enjoy life to the fullest.