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What we charge clients2022-02-01T17:41:58+11:00




Ally Assist Pricing

Meet workers for free. Only pay when you find somebody right for you.

Allied health professional teaching allied health assistant to work with two young boys

Everything is covered

We take care of all the boring stuff so you can focus on reaching your therapy goals.

Meet for free

Meet with our allied health assistants for free. Decide if they’re the right fit for you and your family before proceeding.

NDIS registered

We are a fully registered NDIS provider so can accept all participant groups.


We cover all the necessary insurance for our allied health assistants so you don’t have to.

Team work

We work with you to link your new allied health assistant with your allied health professional.

Field notes

Our allied health assistants submit a field note after each session so you can keep up to date with progress.


Our assistants are fully vetted by us and have every required check (police and children check, NDIS etc.).

Tax & super

Our assistants are our employees, not contractors. We take care of all tax and superannuation entitlements.

Infection control

We cover costs for assistant PPE and ensure our workers have completed infection control training.

Ally Assist Pricing

Meet workers for free. Only pay when you find somebody right for you.

Minimum session length: 1 hour

Sessions with AHP
Sessions that occur together with an allied health professional
Monday – Friday
Saturday $86.79/hour
Sunday $86.79/hour
Public Holidays $86.79/hour
Ally Assist doesn’t provide support workers. This rate is only applicable in certain cases where your therapy assistant agrees to work with you in a support worker capacity.

Minimum session length: 2 hours

Monday – Friday
Saturday $80.10/hour
Sunday $86.79/hour
Public Holidays $86.79/hour

*Prices effective 18th August 2021

Where does my money go?

See the rough cost breakdown for a one-hour session below.

Frequently asked pay questions

What is a Team Meeting?2022-02-18T11:13:21+11:00

A Team Meeting is an opportunity for therapy assistants to be provided with a clear therapy plan and guidance on how to implement therapy interventions in a safe and effective manner. The therapy assistant can observe how the AHP conducts sessions and clarify anything in the plan that they are unsure about prior to beginning independent sessions.

Therapy assistants can only start working on therapy goals once a Team Meeting has been completed. If it is not possible for the Team Meeting to occur in person, Team Meetings can be completed via telehealth or over the phone.

A therapy assistant can start sessions straight away with a focus on rapport-building. Once a Team Meeting has occurred, the therapy assistant will then be able to implement the therapy plan independently.

Please find more information about our Team Meetings on the Team Meeting Guide

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