Allied Health Professionals provide a range of therapeutic and diagnostic services and apply their skills and knowledge in a holistic manner to restore and maintain optimal physical, sensory, psychological, cognitive and social function.

The Network Allied Health professionals include:  Pharmacist, Social Worker, Physiotherapist, Art Therapist, Psychologist, Occupational Therapist, Radiographer, Sonographer, Diversional Therapist, Allied Health Assistant, Dietician, Exercise Physiologist and Podiatrist.

The Network Allied Health professionals work in both discipline specific roles and generic roles across the custodial, inpatient, community settings and in courts.

They work as part of a multidisciplinary team, in collaboration with medical and nursing staff. They are aligned to each other, and other members of the health professional workforce, their clients, the patient’s family, carers and community working across the health system and the non-government sector.

They work with not only the person; but also their family and carers, and other related systems or networks that provide support, whilst recognising the importance of their environment in which they inhabit and participate.