Mobile Allied Health

– Helping people living with injury, illness, pain and disability

Encara is pleased to announce a new Dementia Rehabilitation program for people over the age of 65 living with Dementia in the communities of the Mornington Peninsula Shire and the City of Casey.

The program is free of charge to eligible participants and is fully funded by the South Eastern Melbourne Primary Health Network (SEMPHN).

The in-home Dementia Rehabilitation program aims to improve access to allied health-led rehabilitation activities to support independence and well-being. Led by a team of allied health professionals, the program combines therapeutic interventions, education, and personalised care, integrating allied health with holistic modalities, including art therapy and music therapy.

The program includes:

  • Expert team of caring professionals specialised in dementia care
  • Personalised interventions to promote independence and quality of life
  • Home visits by Occupational Therapists to assess and support daily living activities
  • Podiatry assessment and ongoing therapy for comfortable footwear and overall foot care
  • Physiotherapy sessions to improve balance, strength, and mobility;
  • Access to additional allied health services, including Dietetics and Speech Therapy
  • Ongoing care plans post-program
  • Aromatherapy, Art Therapy and Music Therapy
  • Ongoing education and support for participants and their families

Enquire or make a referral at contacts below.

P: 1300 761 965


Peninsula Essence, Peninsula Seniors – October 2023