Funding Options

Recovery Station are registered providers for many of the funding options available to people in Australia to support their allied health needs.

Our intake and referral team are knowledgeable on the different funding schemes and options available to you and your client as outlined below. They would be happy to discuss the options on 1300 588 851 to help you to determine the best pathway for you to start receiving our services.

The NDIS provides support for people up to 65 years old who have a permanent and significant disability that affects their ability to take part in everyday activities. It provides direct access to a pool of funds that provides supports for people with disability to live the life they want. Each person’s budget for services and supports is based on an assessment of their current and future needs.

Recovery Station has been involved since the start of the NDIS trial in the Hunter region of NSW (July 2013) and is well positioned to assist participants navigate and achieve amazing and significant improvements in their life despite disability.

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Recovery Station offers holistic aged care services directly to your doorstep – whether that’s in your own home or in an aged care facility.

Our aged care services include:

  • Home Care Packages
  • Service partnerships with Residential Facilities (to suite your organisation and the needs of your residents)

We welcome your questions, so if you would like to discuss in greater detail please contact us directly.

Recovery Station therapists are allied health providers for the Department of Veterans’ Affairs. Services may include:

  • Prescription of equipment – e.g. wheelchairs (manual and electric), mobility aids, pressure care, scooters, etc.
  • Home modifications – both minor and major. e.g. grab rails, ramps & bathrooms.
  • Rehabilitation and education sessions – e.g. joint protection, pressure care, pain management, falls prevention, energy conservation and manual handling.
  • Strategies to maximise mobility – this may be within and around the home, in the community or driving.
  • Home exercise programs – to improve balance, strength and stamina for optimal participation in activities of everyday life.

Our team of Occupational Therapists offer a course of treatment or counselling/education to help maximise physical, psychological, social and vocational abilities that have been disrupted because of accident, illness or disability. Treatment may include the prescription of appropriate rehabilitation solutions, for example, an Occupational Therapist might organise a shower chair, prescribe grab rails in the bathroom or provide falls prevention education.

Our team of Physiotherapists treat physical, respiratory and neurological conditions using techniques such as massage, manipulation and exercise. Treatment may include implementation of a home exercise or pain management program.

Recovery Station offers case management services under the Lifetime Care and Support Scheme. Our case managers coordinate and integrate treatment, rehabilitation, and attendant care services needed to assist you with your goals for function and participation in daily life.

Our service is known for managing cases in a timely, coordinated and responsive approach that enhances outcomes for participants. We work closely with you, your family, your treating team, your care provider, the Lifetime Care & Support Authority and a wide range of community services to help you identify your injury related needs and develop your goals for function and participation in daily life.

SIRA is the government organisation responsible for the regulatory functions for workers compensation insurance, motor accidents compulsory third party (CTP) insurance and home building compensation. A number of our physiotherapists and exercise physiologists are SIRA registered to provide assessment and treatment for clients whose services are funded through this type of compensation claim.

All of the assessments, treatments and services currently offered by Recovery station are offered to individuals as private clients. Many private health insurance companies offer a rebate on Allied Health Services. Please contact your private health insurance company and see if you are eligible. We will provide you with the necessary paperwork to make the claim.

As each client has different needs and different goals it is very difficult to have a set price for each of the services offered at Recovery station. Therefore if you would like to discuss any of our services please call us and we will estimated a price schedule for you to have to job completed.

Our clinicians adhere to strict timeframes to ensure minimum cost to clients whilst enabling them to achieve optimal results and timely delivery of services.

Recovery Station does have a cancellation policy. We ask that a minimum of 24 hour’s notice is given to cancel an appointment; the same applies for a “no show” for both the client and/or the staff at an appointment. The quoted amount for the initial assessment will be charged.

If you would like to discuss in greater detail please contact us directly.

The Chronic Disease Management (formerly Enhanced Primary Care or EPC) is on the Medicare Benefits Schedule (MBS) and enables GPs to plan and coordinate the health care of patients with chronic or terminal medical conditions, including patients with these conditions who require multidisciplinary, team-based care from a GP and at least two other health or care providers.

A chronic medical condition is one that has been (or is likely to be) present for six months or longer, for example, asthma, cancer, cardiovascular disease, diabetes, musculoskeletal conditions and stroke. There is no list of eligible conditions; however, the CDM items are designed for patients who require a structured approach, including those requiring ongoing care from a multidisciplinary team.

Patients who have a chronic medical condition and complex care needs and are being managed by their GP under a GP Management Plan and a Team Care Arrangements are eligible for Medicare rebates for certain allied health services on referral from their GP.

Eligible patients can claim a maximum of five allied health services per calendar year.

Recovery Station does not accepts the Medicare benefit as full payment for the service, there is a fee that we charge and we can discuss the out-of-pocket cost. The patient will have to pay the difference between the fee charged and the Medicare rebate.

If you would like an appointment and you have got a GP Management Plan and Team Care Arrangements prepared by your doctor, then please call us. We visit all clients in their homes and we will provide a full report back to your GP for their records.

Private referrals outside of the schemes mentioned are also welcome. Please call us to discuss your options.


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