Our team comprises of passionate and devoted allied health professionals dedicated to fostering development, enhancing functioning, and ensuring overall happiness. At Allied Health Partnerships and One Stop Allied Health, we offer a comprehensive range of services to cater to your individual needs.

  • Speech Pathology
  • Occupational Therapy
  • Behaviour Therapy
  • Psychology
  • Music Therapy

Learn more about our services below

Access to our state-of-the-art facilities for personalised care. We have clinics in Moorebank and Ryde with more clinic sites on their way!

We provide services at your child’s school to support the well-being of your child, liaise with their teacher and provide the convenience of therapy at school. Communication with Parents is  a necessary part of this service

We partner with Government and Non-Government schools to provide a wholistic, service for students, teachers and parents.

We Partner with Government and non-government organisations to provide wholistic therapeutic support in both long term and short-term models

Experience the convenience of personalised care in the comfort of your home.

Embrace modern solutions with virtual therapy sessions tailored to your schedule. These services are available for homes

  • AAC Connect, Alternative and Augmentative Communication

    AAC Connect, Alternative and Augmentative Communication

    The AAC Connect Project was designed to address significant challenges in Alternative and Augmentative Communication (AAC) for children with special needs. Focused on fostering community engagement, the program aimed to bridge the gap between AAC device use in schools and at home. With a particular emphasis on empowering families, the Project sought to enhance caregiver’s…

  • Unlocking Literacy: Embracing the Reading Revolt

    Unlocking Literacy: Embracing the Reading Revolt

    In a world where we are surrounded with an abundance of information every single day, the ability to read proficiently has never been more important. So as a passionate advocate of literacy working in schools, it really is disheartening to hear that 1 in 3 of our students are failing to learn how to read…

  • Hand Dominance in Young Children: An Interesting Discussion

    Hand Dominance in Young Children: An Interesting Discussion

    Did you know that a person could be Left handed, Right Handed, Mixed Dominant or Ambidextrous? A lot of people who think they are Ambidextrous are actually what is classified as “Mixed Dominant.” This means you use different hands for different tasks. For Example you might use your left hand for writing and right hand…