A Therapy Assistant works under the guidance of an Allied Health Professional to implement a therapy plan.
Mentoring promotes skill development, aims to build self confidence and focuses on supporting you to build your capacity. Mentors will work to help you develop and work towards your aspirations and goals. Our mentors have completed or are currently completing university degrees.
A Therapy Assistant works under the guidance of an Allied Health Professional to implement a therapy plan. A mentor does not have a therapy plan, but rather uses their lived experience, knowledge and skills to support you in reaching your goals.
We have found over time that each new client we support is looking for assistance specific to their needs and goals. This is why we introduced mentoring services. Often clients do not yet have a therapeutic plan written. Therapy assistants must work under the guidance of a qualified therapist, so if there is no supervising therapist, we offer mentors.
Depending on the assistance you require, we generally can connect you with a worker within 2 weeks of your enquiry. With this in mind, there are certain factors such as location and worker availability that may extend this waiting period.
Yes. You can have multiple Therapy Assistants or Mentors as you need them. Also, some Therapy Assistants can support you with more than one therapy i.e. an Occupational Therapy Assistant may also be able to support you with Speech Therapy and vice versa.
Therapy Assistants and Mentors will support you when it suits you and it is mutually agreed upon between you and the workers.
If you do not have a therapist, still contact us and we can offer mentoring to support you in finding and engaging with a therapist.
Our Therapy Assistants and Mentors are mobile and flexible. They are happy to meet you at your preferred location.
Yes, we value your right to choice and control, so once you have contacted Just Therapy, we will provide you with a login for our website to view the profiles of our available mentors or therapy assistants.
It can come from either the core or capacity building budgets.