OT Assessments Continence

OT assessment for continence supports will relate function, ability and goals of client. Occupational Therapists will recommend supports that suit the client and current needs.


What is an OT Assessment?

When a third party is funding a product or service, best practice requires an Occupational Therapist to assess the client. The outcome will be a report which outlines the function, goals and abilities of client.

If continence support is identified, the OT can refer client to programs and or products to support care and independence.

Enhance OT Certification and Qualification

Enhance OT present our recent practice evidence in clinical assessment to auditors to demonstrate our compliance with Australian Standards and Australian Health Practioners Regulatory Authority (AHPRA) competancy standards. 

The OT Board of Australia and AHPRA have specific requirements relating to recency of practice and clinical registration. In addition to our quality systems audits, we supply recent evidence of clinical practice to other auditing bodies including NDIS Quality and Safeguards Commission.  

All our clinical outputs are delivered by staff with recent practice evidence. Our staff are additionally supervised by Principal OT and Clinical Lead OT with suitable supervision evidenced to external auditors.

Enhance OT are Quality Assured to ISO9001:2015


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