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Our Founder and CEO, Sue Wilks saw a gap in society’s therapy services and found a new therapy model in 1985 that would help all children, no matter their background, visa status or diagnosis. Sue started a model of therapy in schools. While working in schools, their communities found a trust in our services and wanted a parent pays service delivered in schools. We met the needs by providing individual services to students at school allowing the children’s afternoon to be for sport and socialising rather than therapy. This also allowed teachers to have a better communication system between school and therapist.

As the years progressed more needs of school holiday and after school therapy came up and One Stop allied Health was born in 2016. Now Allied Health Partnerships (AHP) and One Stop Allied Health (OSAH) work together as sister companies, to support schools and families of NSW.

We believe in creating a fair and just society for all. We strive to provide equal opportunities for all team members and ensure that our services are accessible and inclusive

We are committed to the well-being of our team members, clients, and communities. We prioritize their safety, health, and overall welfare in all that we do.

We believe in fostering a culture of growth and development. We provide opportunities for learning, professional development, and career advancement to help our team members achieve their full potential

We embrace new ideas and technologies to deliver innovative solutions that meet the evolving needs of our clients and communities. We encourage creativity and exploration to drive continuous improvement.

We are committed to delivering high-quality services that meet or exceed industry standards. We prioritise quality in all aspects of our work, including service delivery, operations, and relationships with clients and partners.

Today AHP boasts a large multidisciplinary team that provides school-based therapy services and teacher professional learning in over 90 schools across NSW. Our team has over 30 years’ experience providing school-based allied health services.

We are dedicated to providing the highest quality school based intervention services to students in preschools, primary schools, special classes and secondary school settings.

For every school to recognise the need for allied health support
within their school context.

To provide sustainable, accountable, generalisable and systemic intervention within school contexts through working with teachers, parents and students.

Today OSAH is a registered and certified NDIS provider that boasts 2 clinic sites – one in South West Sydney (Moorebank) and one in the Inner west (Ryde). As well as school and home visits within these areas. We offer Assessments, Screeners, individual therapy, group therapy and parent training sessions.

For every family of a child with additional learning needs to have
access to integrated, efficient, caring, multidisciplinary support.

At OSAH, we know that every family is unique. We take the time to get to know each family, their needs, their goals, and their concerns. We endeavour to always provide a ‘one stop’ service and together we bring experience, passion, and commitment to all our families.