Welcome to Spot’s Bondi Junction Clinic. Our clinic, nestled in the vibrant Bondi Junction community, offers a supportive environment for individuals and families.
After talking to you, Spot’s Clinical Coordinator should be able to give you a better picture of what your initial consultation will involve; Who should attend, what assessment might look like, and how long it may take. You will be required to complete a Client Questionnaire and may be asked to provide copies of reports from other health professionals or educators.
We believe in the power of comprehensive assessment. It enables us to develop a relationship with you and gain a true understanding of what is most important to you. Learning about your strengths is as important as identifying vulnerabilities. From there we can determine the best starting point for therapeutic support.
Spot Speech Pathologists and Occupational Therapists use interview, clinical observations and standardised assessments to build a holistic picture of an individual and their family.
If you are unsure whether you or your child will benefit from Speech Pathology or Occupational Therapy, feel free to Contact Us. One of our friendly therapists will be able to speak to you about your observations and advise you whether an Initial Assessment would be appropriate.
Spot Therapy Hub accepts referrals from:
Yes! Part of our Mission is the provision of care that is accessible and works for you – this is also why we were using Telehealth well before the global pandemic hit.
Local community visits are typically offered during school hours (but not always). Visits may be planned as a one-off service or take place weekly.
Even if you live in a rural or remote area, home or school visits are a possibility! We are committed to bringing a mixed care model to all our clients and are working hard to plan outreach trips to communities that need us.
Yes! We recommend reports to all our clients, however, we also respect your right to decide when you require one.
Following an assessment you will always receive verbal feedback. Generally, it is helpful to have assessment results and recommendations in writing, particularly if there are other professionals involved in your care.
Reporting for NDIS clients is part of our obligations as a registered provider, and we believe our reports are a valuable source of information in planning meetings.