Therapy Costs

If your child is being seen as part of a government scheme the relevant fees can be found online (links below).
There are several schemes under the Medicare scheme that attract a rebate. Your GP will be able to let you know if your child is eligible for these services.

In general, rates are charged depending on session length. Initial sessions are generally an hour or a little longer, but once established, sessions are usually 45 minutes long.

Initial sessions generally involve assessment processes and require therapist time to plan a treatment program for your child in between sessions. These are usually a little more expensive than ongoing therapy, but you will never be charged more than $130 per hour for your one to one consultation.

Therapy sessions are often 45 minutes and around $95 and rebates may apply.

I encourage you to discuss fees with me to gain more information about your individual situation.

If you have private health cover for Occupational Therapy, you may be able to claim some of your sessions which are not rebated on Medicare or other Government programs.

In general, rates are charged depending on session length. Initial sessions are generally an hour or a little longer, but once established, sessions are usually 45 minutes long.

Initial sessions generally involve assessment processes and require therapist time to plan a treatment program for your child in between sessions. These are usually a little more expensive than ongoing therapy, but you will never be charged more than $130 per hour for your one to one consultation.

Therapy sessions are often 45 minutes and around $95 and rebates may apply.

I encourage you to discuss fees with me to gain more information about your individual situation.