NDIS Personal Trainer for Exercise

NDIS Personal Trainer for Exercise Physiology in North & West Melbourne

What is the NDIS?

National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) provides funding for assistance and services to Australians under the age of 65 who have a permanent and significant disability. The goal of this scheme is to help people with disabilities develop skills and capabilities so they can participate within the community and in the workplace. NDIS also allows grants for movement and physical activity services by accredited exercise physiologists (AEP) and personal trainers (PT).

What is NDIS Exercise physiology?

As a registered NDIS provider, Accessibility Care’s Accredited Exercise Physiologists (AEPs) provide exercise-based services for individuals with permanent disabilities. This makes a huge impact in ​​improving health and wellness for NDIS participants.

How do Accredited Exercise Physiologists (AEPs) help NDIS Participants?

Under NDIS, certified exercise physiologists offer services to improve the health of people with disabilities within the capacity-building budget. AEPs assess and design safe and effective training interventions for NDIS participants which increases their ability to perform daily tasks and activities with greater ease.

What Type of NDIS Participants Do Our Accredited Exercise Physiologists (AEPs) help?

AEPs are qualified allied health professions with the knowledge and skills to plan and evaluate effective exercise interventions for NDIS participants. For example, EPAs can help people with progressive neurological conditions such as multiple sclerosis, Parkinson’s disease, and motor neuron disease. They also help people with acquired or traumatic brain injuries, spinal cord injuries, autism, chronic fatigue syndrome, and Down syndrome etc.

How can Accessibility Care NDIS Exercise Physiology help you?

Being a registered NDIS provider, Accessibility Care offers Personal Training and Exercise Physiology services at each of our facilities in:

  • Melbourne
  • West Melbourne
  • North Melbourne
  • Sunshine
  • Deer Park
  • Caroline Springs

Our exercise physiologists at Accessibility Care will help you set and achieve your goals. Our trained staff will work to improve your functioning which improves participant’s ability to perform daily activities. During our exercise physiology sessions, we aim to improve all aspects of your health, including strength, cardiovascular endurance, mobility, and the ability to complete daily tasks.