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Services » Allied Health
Gateway Health provides a range of allied health services and activities to support people of all ages and abilities to be healthy, active and independent.
Access and Support helps people access basic services that support you to stay living independently at home as you age.
The Active Rural Communities (ARC) program is a social support program that aims to enhance social engagement, participation, and access to other supports and services.
This service provides continence assessment, education and treatments for problems related to the bladder and bowel.
This service delivers clinical nursing services to rural residents of Wangaratta who are frail, aged or have a disability or condition impacting on their function.
This service helps you to improve and maintain your health and wellbeing through healthy lifestyle and diet changes.
Occupational therapists can help make daily tasks easier by providing useful equipment, suggesting home modifications, finding ways to prevent falls, and supporting pressure care management.
Your ability to drive may be affected by an injury, illness, or ageing. You may be required to take an assessment to show that you can drive safely, legally and independently.
Physiotherapists help you to be as active, healthy and independent as possible within your home, community and workplace.
Podiatry helps people with the health of their feet, including ankles, toenails and the lower leg area.
Speech pathologists help people find the best way to communicate to meet their needs.
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If you or someone you know is struggling help is available. Please reach out to one of these services:
If you or someone you know is in crisis or severe distress and requires immediate support, please call the Albury Wodonga Health – Mental Health triage line on 1300 104 211, attend a hospital emergency department or call 000.