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Novita Services

Novita Services provide a broad range of support services to kids, young people and adults living with a wide range of physical and intellectual disability in Adelaide, across regional South Australia and Broken Hill.

Services are provided in Novita hubs, in clients’ homes, in community facilities and also through telehealth.

Vision and mission

With a focus on research, innovation and evidence based practice and technology, Novita provides individually tailored solutions to support the achievement of personal goals and encouraging each person to discover their abilities and reach their full potential.

How Novita Services can help

Novita’s team of staff includes rehabilitation specialists, occupational therapists, physiotherapists, speech pathologists, psychologists, social workers, orthotists, rehabilitation engineers and dieticians, who work together with our clients and their families. They are able to offer a continuum of disability services – starting with young children and working with people of all ages, right through to senior adults. Novita also provides service coordination and planning support, making your experience as easy as possible.

Information / help lines

  • Call 1300 668 482 Mon to Fri, 9am to 5pm ACST
  • Email: services@novita.org.au

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This information was originally published on healthdirect - Novita Services.

Last reviewed: September 2021

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Intellectual Disability | Novita

Intellectual disability is the most commonly recorded disability, occurring in about 3% of the population in Australia

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