About RAR Therapy
RAR Therapy provides a clinic-based, mobile and online community-based allied health services. We work with children, adolescents and adults with a range of disabilities by years, learning difficulties, chronic conditions and behavioural challenges. We help people get the support they need to be engaged, active and live well.
Our team of qualified, experienced therapists provide a range of health services, including:
- Occupational Therapy
- Behaviour Support
- Speech Pathology
Our services are delivered in-home, in-clinic or online. We partner with families, schools, aged care facilities and local clinics to deliver quality, person-centred care to communities throughout Queensland.
Helping you achieve
Our qualified and experienced health professionals work together to deliver exceptional outcomes.
We create a stress-free and comfortable therapy environment for our clients. With no rush, you can take the time to build a trusting and long-term relationship with our therapists.
Together, we help our clients overcome barriers and develop the skills to achieve their full potential.
We do what we say we’ll do, ensuring our actions align with our values and our clients’ best interests.
We are willing to go the extra mile and will work with you to help you to achieve your goals.
We continually seek purposeful innovation and improvement. We explore new ways to support our clients, our team, and their communities.
Your health and happiness is our priority. We take the time to find out what success means to you, and have the courageous wisdom to help make it happen.’
Paving the way for better support
RAR Therapy was founded in 2013 by Occupational Therapists and friends, Kathy Luke and Katrina Pacey. After witnessing the lack of support for rural and remote communities, Kathy and Katrina created RAR Therapy—an organisation focused on delivering flexible and community-based therapy services.
Today, more than 40 staff form part of our organisation, each passionate about ensuring all clients receive the services they need.