Allied Health Services

Physiotherapy, counselling, and occupational therapy based in Boronia and servicing Melbourne’s outer east.

Individualised allied health services delivered by qualified and passionate practitioners. We currently offer counselling, occupational therapy and physiotherapy services and are now recruiting speech pathologists to commence this service soon.

For any allied health service enquiries, contact our reception on 9758 5522 or email


Juliana Moravszky
IOE Counsellor Juliana Moravszky

Juliana has a Master of Counselling from Monash University and provides counselling services to all participants with a warm and open attitude practicing a client-led therapeutic style. She has a long history of teaching swimming and uses the skills learnt in educating a survival skill into her counselling; focusing on empathy, compassion, patience and a strengths-based approach. Juliana has a particular interest in working with people who have experienced trauma and anxiety, centering around coping strategies toward autonomous emotional regulation. Juliana is available for sessions from Wednesday to Friday between 9am and 5pm.

  • I’ve been a swimming teacher for over 10 years!
  • I grew up in England and I love tea.
  • I have very big, silly golden retriever named Tully, and sometimes he comes to work with me!
  • I love colouring and use it for meditation.
  • Funny
  • Kind
  • Passionate
  • A good listener
  • Consistent
  • All ages
  • NDIS participants
  • Carers through Carer Gateway funded counselling
  • Private paying clients
  • Counselling: strengths based
  • Telehealth appointments
  • Acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT)
  • Cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT)
  • Diagnoses
  • Family and relationship counselling
  • Medicare rebates

Occupational Therapy

Elyse Schoch

Elyse proudly holds a Bachelor of Occupational Therapy from the Australian Catholic University. She specialises in paediatrics with a focus on supporting individuals within the ASD, ID and ADHD communities.

Elyse embraces creativity in her practice and prides herself on providing trauma informed and neurodiverse affirming support. She approaches her sessions in a play and strengths-based manner, celebrating the unique qualities and perspectives of each individual she works with.

She is based in Croydon and available Monday to Thursday – 9am to 5pm and 9 to 12.30pm on Fridays.

Currently at capacity for referrals. Please enquire.

  • I love animals – I have a border collie named Tex who I absolutely adore. 
  • My favourite game is either Tenzi or Spot it!
  • I love the water, my indoor plants and being outdoors.
  • My favourite season is summer. 
  • I am a Girl Guides Leader and love being on camp!
  • Creative 
  • Genuine 
  • Dedicated
  • A great advocate
  • Passionate
  • Children
  • Teenagers
  • NDIS participants 
  • Private paying clients 
  • Medicare clients 
  • Occupational therapy
  • Vineland assessments
  • DASH assessments 
  • MACA trained therapist (Mobility and Accessibility for Children in Australia)
  • Sensory processing measure assessments 
  • Functional assessments during school holidays 
  • Aquatic occupational therapy during school holidays 
  • Complex assistive technology recommendations or equipment recommendations
  • Home modifications or assessments 
  • SIL/STA reports 
  • Employment access support


Sally Kruithoff

Sally holds a Bachelor in Exercise Science and a Bachelor (Hons) in Physiotherapy. Her experience ranges from paediatrics to the aging population. Sally has a particular interest in hydrotherapy and group based exercise classes. She is available for appointments on Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday from 9am to 4pm.

Learn more about physio services at IOE:

  • NDIS participants
  • Medicare clients
  • Private paying clients
  • Physiotherapy
  • Hydrotherapy (warm water pool)
  • Group exercise classes
  • Mobility aide assessments
  • Dry needling
  • WorkCover
  • I love to read and always carry a book with me.
  • I am kept busy by my two incredible boys when I am not at work.
  • I have two dogs – a Staffy called Buddy and a Husky x called Asta.
  • I have recently started running and my goal is to enter a 10km fun run in the next six months .
  • Talkative
  • Friendly
  • A good listener
  • Helpful
  • Always there
  • All ages

Functional Capacity Assessments

A functional capacity assessment (FCA) is a comprehensive assessment completed by an approved practitioner/allied health clinician which provides information about a participant’s support needs and subsequent funding requirements. The purpose of the FCA is to provide NDIS with evidenced based information about the participant against the following lifestyle domains:

  • Communication
  • Mobility
  • Social participation
  • Learning
  • Self-management
  • Economic participation
  • Social interaction
  • Self care

If you would like more information, or to request for a functional capacity assessment to be completed for you, or someone you care for or support, please complete the referral form via the button to the left of the page.

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