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Mobile Rehab began in 1996 after Managing Director, Helen Weston, returned from almost a decade of working in and managing allied health teams in the UK and USA. That experience saw Helen reflect on the lack of in-home services here in Australia. Recognising the value of home based services for Australians, Mobile Rehab has grown from a one-man band to the largest provider of its kind in the country.
Today more than 150 staff form this innovative, agile collective - each and every person eager to work with older Australians in a quest to keep these pillars of our community, mobile, engaged, active and well. As an organisation, Mobile Rehab’s commitment has been to ensure its clients receive the support and responsive services they want in the comfort and safety of their own home.
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Nutrition and Dietetics, Occupational Therapy, Physiotherapy, and Podiatry students.Watch Video Mobile Rehab
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