You're not alone, we are here to help.
Are you struggling with day to day tasks? Don't have appropriate living arrangements or need somewhere else to live?
Finding the right services to improve your well-being can be difficult. If you have a disability you're amongst thousands of Australians who need the help and support of Occupational Therapy.
You may want to build your independence to be able to live alone, gain employment, or make a positive change to your life.
With the help of our professional team, through careful assessment, planning and understanding, you can improve your life one step at a time.
If you would like to create pathways to acheive your goals, we can help in 3 simple steps...
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Referrals to our service are currently on hold due to overwhelming capacity.
Your therapy sessions are designed to improve your everyday life. Most of our assessments, goal setting and interventions will take place in your home, at your workplace or school and within your community. We also have an office where you can make an appointment to see us in Emerald, or we can offer a telehealth consultation.
Our clients live within a reasonable distance from our office location in Emerald Victoria - (up to 25km or 30 mins).
We see people throughout Cardinia, Casey, Yarra Valley, Greater Dandenong, Knox, Maroondah and Manningham council areas.
If you are unsure if you live within our service area please reach out to us before making a referral.
B. App. Sc. (OT)
OCCUPATIONAL THERAPIST / DIRECTOR
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B. App. Sc. (OT)
Lee-Arna is the Principal Practitioner and Occupational Therapist at All Walks of Life.
She holds a Bachelor of Applied Science in Occupational Therapy from The University of Sydney and has undertaken extensive training and development working with her client group.
Lee-Arna is a passionate advocate and supporter for people dealing with complex issues who are seeking to change and improve their lives working with individuals, their families, support workers and organisations.
She has strong relationships with the mental health, disability and community service sectors and can help navigate through these complex systems to work towards achieving your goals.
Tiffany is a vibrant early career Occupational Therapist at All Walks of Life and holds a Bachelor of Occupational Therapy from Australian Catholic University, Melbourne.
Tiffany has comprehensive experience as a Support Worker assisting children and adults who are living with a disability. Most recently she has been working with adolescents and adults living with high level medical and physical needs.
She values building strong working relationships with individuals to ensure that we are moving toward your goals. Tiffany is passionate about working with each individual and their support networks to ensure therapy plans are tailored to your specific needs and surroundings.
B. Health Sc. Masters (OT)
Elisa is an enthusiastic therapist who holds a Bachelor of Health Science and Masters of Occupational Therapy Practice from La Trobe University.
Elisa has worked with a diverse range of adults across the public health sector including working with older people, stroke survivors, and within various rehabilitation areas. She enjoys spending time in nature and making art, and values creativity and diversity. Elisa is passionate about creative problem solving and enjoys supporting skill building to increase engagement in their unique interests.
B. App. Sc. (OT)
Tara has a Bachelor of Occupational Therapy from Charles Sturt University, Albury NSW.
She has worked across many different sectors including inpatient rehabilitation, aged care and disability.
Tara is strength-focused and appreciates the knowledge and skills of the people and families she works with. She values collaborative partnerships and working in teams to create a supportive environment for growth. She is passionate about how Occupational Therapy can enable people to live an interesting and enjoyable life.
Are you an adolescent or adult with a disability?
Our therapists work with a range of people seeking to improve their lives.
Whether you are neurodivergent or have an intellectual disability, cognitive impairment or mental health concerns, our therapists are able to help you with the appropriate assessments and deliver ongoing therapy and support.
As a Registered NDIS Provider, we are able to work with you/your team of supports to provide a range of services funded by NDIS.
Criminal Justice System Clients
If have a disability, and you've been involved in the criminal justice system, we are able to assess your skills, interests, values, strengths and challenges in order to help you engage in appropriate activities and set short term and long term goals.
If you need the support of Occupational Therapy, appointments may be made directly without a Doctor’s referral.
Your Doctor or another health professional may also refer you.
Working with you and your support network, we will assess your functional and environmental needs to determine the best living soloution available.
Chronic Disease Management Plan
We are a registered Medicare Provider. If your GP is supporting you under a Medicare Chronic Disease Plan, we are able to provide our range of OT services to you.
If your disability impacts your day-to-day living and independence, our therapists can determine what supports, specialised equipment or environment you may need to improve your living.
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one of our team will contact you.
We are not currently accepting new referrals due to overwhelming demand for our service. You can get in touch via the form below and we will assist wherever possible with your enquiry
If you'd like to provide feedback including compliments or complaints, you can do so via our online form here
In the spirit of reconciliation, All Walks of Life acknowledges the Wurundjeri People as the Traditional Custodians of land in which our office is situated and the community we service. We also acknowledge the Bunurong People, as the Traditional Custodians of the land and community we service. We pay our respect to their Elders past and present and extend that respect to all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples today.