Montrose supports children and young adults with physical disabilities, neuro-muscular conditions, development delay and autism. We also work with adults where we have the skills to help.
Our local services and clinics offer a range of therapies include physiotherapy, occupational therapy, speech pathology, social work and therapy in schools.
You can find more information about our services close to you here.
There are number of ways to access Montrose services including the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) and private health insurance. You can also choose to pay directly for the services you use.
We can help you identify available funding. Find out more in our brochure below or just call us on 1800 193 362.
Lifestyle and Leisure is all about you and getting the most out of life.
Specially designed for young adults (16-35), it’s all about getting out, being active and learning new things.
Build your confidence with one of our skills based programs and join one of our social groups for some fun!
Our team have lots of experience working with people with physical disabilities, autism and other additional support needs and can help you get the most out of your choice of activity.
Need a break, want to try new activities or enjoy the independence of spending time away with friends? Find out more here.
Our short stay accommodation offers all of this. The service also provides valuable support for parents and carers by letting them take a break.
And what a great location! On the Gold Coast close to theme parks, beaches, shopping, restaurants and so many other activities.
One of the first words you will hear when you start to think about the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) is “planning”. The NDIS is designed to improve choice and control when it comes to disability supports. This means the planning stage is vital to ensure you get the supports you need.
Montrose is a registered provider of services under the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS). We offer services for children and adults that meet your needs and the supports funded in your NDIS Plan.
Find out the basics about the NDIS in this factsheet then call us on 1800 193 362 to find out more.
Palliative care is a special type of integrated care that aims to support people to live well while they manage a life-limiting health condition.
See the National Disability Advocacy Program (NDAP) for more information and to find advocacy services near you. These are some of the organisations we are are aware of: