Achieving Abilities currently offer a range of services:

  • Initial assessment

  • Subsequent one-on-one sessions (30min or 45min options)

  • Hydrotherapy - coming soon

  • Various group class options - coming soon 

If you would like to discuss the different options, please contact Lauren at Achieving Abilities today.   

Please note services are offered by appointment only.  

Initial Assessment

Achieving Abilities offer 60min initial assessments. 

During the initial assessment a detailed assessment will be conducted regarding history, strengths and challenges in various domains, and establish goals.  Clinically necessary, physical assessments may be conducted during this session.

When making your booking, a condition/diagnosis will be asked prior to ensure that the 60min assessment can be tailored to suit the individual to maximise the time.  It is asked that you bring with you, any referrals, forms etc from other allied health and medical team you may have. 

Please note - An initial assessment must be conducted before taking part in any other services.

Small Group Sessions   
*coming soon

*more information coming soon

Individual suitability will be dependent on age, capability and individual needs. 

Please note:  suitability will be assessed on an individual basis. All efforts will be made to allow transition into a group class if that is the desire. Participants will also need to have completed an initial assessment, and in some instances, some one-on-one sessions before transitioning into a group class to ensure safety. 

One-on-one Exercise Sessions

Achieving Abilities offer one-on-one exercise sessions as either 30 or 45minute appointments depending on the individual needs, capability and age of the individual. During a one-on-one session, the individual will complete an age-appropriate, supervised exercise session with the Exercise Physiologist that is specific to their needs, goals and ability. Sessions will typically involve aerobic, strength and flexibility as the foundation, but will include balance, coordination and other areas that may benefit the individual.


Where possible, sessions will aim to incorporate skills that are of focus with other Allied Health professionals, such as turn-taking, communication techniques etc. These will need to be communicated by the professional or parent. 

*coming soon

Hydrotherapy services will be offered to those where water-based exercise may be more beneficial than land-based exercise, or may be clinically necessary. 


Hydrotherapy sessions are one-on-one, 30minute appointments in the pool, and will follow a similar structure to the one-on-one land-based exercise sessions