What is a Dietitian?
Meet our Dietitian
How do I get NDIS funding for dietitian services?
Digestion & Constipation
Nutrition & Energy
Autism Spectrum Disorder & Dietitian Support
Sequential Oral Sensory (SOS) approach
Dietitian Group Therapy
Why choose Access Your Supports?
We are passionate about supporting and empowering positive change.
We are an independent partner to support you and your NDIS goals with tailored services because we don’t believe in a one size fits all approach.
Our Director has had involvement with the NDIS since the launch date. In February 2016, Access Your Supports was established and word spread that a new independent provider had been established that offered true choice and control for its participants.
Choice & Control
Flexibility to choose and tailor services to help you meet your individual goals. We are people-centred and believe this builds capacity, empowers choice and opportunity.
What people are saying about our team at AYS…
“Having a peer mentor for our son at this time of uncertainty and self-isolation has been extremely valuable. He’s been able to continue to meet with his mentor online using ZOOM. He has been able to continue to develop flexible thinking and interpersonal skills. Providing a way to build respectful relationships is even more important now that he is learning from home and doesn’t have regular contact with his peers.”
– Narelle K (Mother of peer mentor participant)
“I think you are incredible, I’ve learnt so much from you. I feel very comfortable around you and the whole family feels the same comfort, which is so important! You don’t just work with Sarah, but with her sister with such patience when she interrupts and you are always happy for her to join in on the session. You put me at ease by communicating so easily with me, you are honest, so caring and one of the kindest people I have ever met! You have taught me so much. The amazing work you have done is improving not only Sarah’s life but the whole family unit. So, thank you for everything.”
— Mother of Sarah (Early Childhood Intervention Participant)
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