People with Disability (NDIS)

The Green Apple’s Accredited Exercise Physiologists (AEPs) are registered providers of the NDIS and
are ready to provide supports under the Capacity Building and Improved Health and Wellbeing
category.

Under the NDIS, our AEPs can prescribe tailored exercise for those whom have a permanent
disability or condition which makes daily activities challenging e.g. acquired brain injury, amputation,
autism, cerebral palsy, Down syndrome, intellectual disability, multiple sclerosis, Parkinson’s disease,
stroke and/or vision or hearing impairment. To be eligible under the NDIS, participants must be
under the age of 65 and hold Australian residency.

The Green Apple has a unique social environment and this, in conjunction with specialised
equipment and expert physical activity knowledge, enables us to achieve results that others cannot
offer.

Benefits of exercise physiology sessions within the Green Apple environment include:
– Improved quality of life, physically/mentally/emotionally
– Improved strength, mobility and coordination
– Improved flexibility and range of motion
– Improved cardiovascular fitness
– Improved weight control

Green Apple NDIS exercise programs include:
– Initial consultation to identify your specific starting place, needs and goals
– Individual assessment and exercise prescription tailored to reach your goals

Whether you are in the planning stages or if you already have your NDIS Participant Plan, contact us
today for more information about funded Exercise Physiology sessions.

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