Live On

This is for people who are not in crisis mode but are not living a fulfilling life as a family. For many families, the consequences last long after the funded rehabilitation services discharge the affected person, having barely addressed the other family member’s needs. The dust has settled after the significant medical event and now it’s just chronic misery or, at best, drudgery.

The relationships between the family are strained and maybe a split or fracture is looming. The big hopes you had for a full recovery, a return to normal, getting back to how things were and putting this all behind you like a bad dream have been dashed. There is increasing isolation and long term negative effects upon the family members. Other family members have become ill, injured, run down, disengaged or troubled. The friends that used to visit have vanished because they don’t know what to say, or they’re too busy with their own lives, so you’re isolated as a family. 

Going out is a mission; so, you rarely bother. You don’t know where the time goes beyond cares and medical appointments. There’s no obvious hope for a happier, more pleasant life with goals, dreams even!

The funded services have withdrawn because they consider you’re done, finished and you no longer meet criteria – yet there are so many unresolved issues. Charitable services don’t offer enough support to address your problems.

It doesn’t have to be like this.

Whole Support Services Occupational Therapy can assist your family to integrate the experience of the significant medical condition, so no-one is left stuck behind.

You will explore new perspectives and opportunities, evaluate your history to maintain the best aspects of the past and heal those that need left behind, as you regain the positivity, activities and joy you knew before.

Your lives become redefined and satisfying with expanded purpose and meaning. Your family confidently achieves individual aspirations and shared family goals.


  • Gain new insights into the significant medical condition and your occupational therapy-based treatment options.
  • Integrate everyone’s experience of the significant medical condition to prevent it holding anyone back.
  • Strengthen family and community relationships.
  • Continue rehabilitation, if required, with proven strategies to improve function.
  • Develop an easy to follow maintenance program.

The process has two parts (unless you have already completed a “Living Well” family package). First is the family assessment and second is the implementation of the intervention program.

Completing Part One doesn’t compel you to proceed to Part Two. A minimum of six months commitment is required for Part Two to give the process a chance to work.

Pricing: Packages are composed of the elements relevant to your situation and the investment required reflects that. There is a price bonus for people who proceed from Part One to Part Two. The value from the results always exceeds the cost of investment. Payment plans are available.