Occupational Therapy at Eurobodalla Health and Fitness 

Services and support for elderly community members, people with disabilities, and people recovering from injury and illness.

Carly is an APHRA registered Occupational Therapist and member of Occupational Therapy Australia. She enjoys working with clients in a range of areas including falls prevention, home modifications, and assistive technology.

She has a keen interest in supporting clients living with neurological conditions. In her spare time, Carly enjoys camping, reading, running, and swimming.

Why is it called Occupational Therapy?

In occupational therapy, occupations refer to the everyday activities that people do as individuals, in families and with communities to occupy time and bring meaning and purpose to life. Occupations include things people need to, want to and are expected to do.

Social Inclusion

Creating opportunities for connection and support in community settings.

Building positive relationships with others while participating in engaging and individualised activities.

Environmental Modifications

Ensure home environments are safe and functional

Recommending the most appropriate modifications to increase the ability to live independently.


Assistive Equipment

Making it easier to complete your daily activities with low and high tech solutions

There is a wide range of off the shelf and customised equipment which can assist with mobility, communication, vision, hearing, or learning goals.

Daily Living

Develop or relearn the skills to complete personal and domestic activities

Managing tasks with greater independence such as laundry, cooking, cleaning and shopping.

Schemes we work with

If you receive funding through another body please feel free to reach out and see if we can help.