NDIS Service Providers Perth

Exercise Physiology for NDIS Participants

Real change, real support

O2 Active’s experienced Accredited Exercise Physiologists support NDIS participants to build capacity and independence and enjoy the best possible quality of life. We provide tailored exercise programs to improve your physical function, strength, fitness, and mental health – with an emphasis on boosting confidence and wellbeing.

We focus on helping you experience a sense of purpose and self-fulfilment as you progress towards your goals. Our programs are designed to be safe to practice on your own or with help from your support people.

Our mobile clinical exercise physiologists see NDIS participants throughout Perth, from Mandurah to Joondalup and Armadale to the coast, as well as in regional areas including the Eastern Wheatbelt. We can see you at your home, school, workplace, pool, or gym.

With no wait times, you can get started right away on working towards your goals.

What can our Perth NDIS exercise physiology services help with?

Exercise physiology for NDIS participants focuses on building your physical capacity to support better function, independence, and ability to participate in your family, school, workplace and community. As university qualified allied health professionals, O2 Active’s Accredited Exercise Physiologists (AEP’s) create evidence-based exercise programs tailored to your unique needs, goals and exercise preferences. We start by assessing your current level of function and designing a program targeted to your needs. Depending on your goals, exercise physiology can help to improve your:

  • Strength, mobility, flexibility and balance
  • Overall health and wellbeing
  • Gross and fine motor skills
  • Fitness and endurance
  • Posture, body awareness and movement control
  • Sleep quality
  • Sensory processing
  • Confidence and body image
  • Depression or anxiety symptoms
  • Pain management
  • Community and social engagement
  • Cognitive and social skills
  • Chronic pain
  • Ability to keep up with peers and participate in community sport and recreation.

Clinical exercise physiologists also provide advice and education to enhance your overall health and wellbeing.

The O2 Active Difference – About our Perth NDIS Services

There’s a reason why we’ve been around for over 20 years and get most of our work through word of mouth. Here’s why our Perth NDIS clients choose to work with us.

We love what we do
For O2 Active’s inspiring team of exercise physiologists, movement and healthy lifestyles have impacted who we’ve become as people and professionals. We believe everyone should have the opportunity to move better, feel good, and find community through exercise. Part of our role as AEPs is to be fun and positive role models for our participants.

We make exercise fun
Exercise needs to be enjoyable for it to best help you reach and maintain your goals. With our team’s diverse training and qualifications, we can find an activity you like. We aim to match you with an AEP who shares your interests, helping you stay motivated.

    Some of the activities we offer include:
    • Strength and conditioning
    • Yoga
    • Pilates
    • Sport and recreation activities
    • Balance
    • Posture correction
    • Capacity building and everyday living
    • Whole person approach

    Exercise is about more than physical function – it can enhance every aspect of your life. We use exercise, movement, and stillness to help you better respond to your feelings and develop a growth mindset. This helps with confidence, team skills, resilience, persistence, and creativity, as well as creating lasting friendships. If we think you could benefit, we’ll also refer you to other trusted allied health professionals (with your consent).

    We are a registered NDIS provider 

    Perth NDIS exercise physiology with O2 Active – Your pathway with us

    Wondering what it looks like to start working with us? Here’s what to expect.

     1.  YOUR FIRST VISIT

    The focus of this visit is getting to know you. We’ll take the time to understand your needs and goals and review your physical function. Your support people are welcome to join your session. Armed with this information, we’ll write your initial report and start developing suitable support strategies.

    2.  EXERCISE THERAPY

    Next, we start working towards your goals with a personalised program that considers your physical ability, lifestyle and preferences. We’ll see you at the place that best meets your needs, such as your home, school, gym, pool, park or our Mosman Park clinic. Your program will include a range of exercises, and we’ll work alongside you to ensure you can complete your exercises safely and effectively.

    3. REVIEW AND PROGRESSION

    As you make headway towards your goals, it’s important to update your plan. We’ll modify your program based on your feedback and the changes we find on assessment. We’ll continue to provide lifestyle advice and ongoing support that reflects your progress.

    4. LONG TERM MANAGEMENT

    As your life changes, so do your goals. We’ll work with you to optimise your health and wellbeing to match your current lifestyle. We’ll teach you ways to make exercise an enjoyable part of everyday life to support your physical, mental and social wellbeing. If you’d like to increase your community participation, we offer group exercise classes for NDIS participants as part of a maintenance program.

    More about NDIS exercise physiology

    What is an Exercise Physiologist?

    Exercise physiologists are university trained allied health professionals who use individually tailored exercise programs to help you achieve your goals and enhance your health. Our experienced exercise physiologists will conduct an assessment and design physical activity recommendations based on your goals, health history, and current level of function.

    We’ll help you put these in place safely and effectively by encouraging you to work hard, but never forcing you to overextend yourself. We’ll also teach your supports to help with your program if needed.

    At O2 Active, we’re passionate about helping you move better, feel good, and participate in the activities you enjoy. We’re NDIS registered and work with NDIS participants throughout Perth and surrounding regions.

    Want to know more? Contact us or get in touch on +61 411 642 152 or caitlin@o2active.com.au.

    Got NDIS funding?

    Funding for our Perth services falls under the Capacity Building budget categories: Improved Health and Wellbeing, and Improved Daily Living.

    To learn more about our Perth NDIS exercise physiology services, contact us.

    Our skilled and caring NDIS registered exercise physiologists are accredited with Exercise and Sports Science Australia. They must meet yearly professional development and recency of practice requirements and hold certificates in first aid and cardiopulmonary resuscitation.

    How do I arrange a referral for NDIS exercise physiology and what does it cost?

    We believe support should be available to everybody, no matter their financial situation. Our range of pricing options help ensure our programs are accessible to as many people as possible. For more information and to discuss your eligibility, please contact us.

    If you’re ready to get started, please complete our NDIS referral form.

    Create your own account, manage your class bookings and payments online.

    Contact Us

    caitlin@o2active.com.au
    +61 411 642 152
    PO Box 282, Leederville WA 6903