To be Australia’s most respected NDIS Therapy Support Services Provider

PC Ability delivers services under the National Disability Insurance Scheme. We are a fully registered provider approved by the NDIS Commission. We help participants with self, plan or NDIA fund management arrangements.

Our national multidisciplinary team includes allied health professionals with qualifications which include;

  • Occupational Therapy
  • Physiotherapy
  • Exercise Physiology
  • Psychology
  • Social Work
  • Counselling

Alex Grigg – Director 

Alex has over 16 years working in insurance, personal injury, and disability employment services. Alex is an accredited Rehabilitation Counsellor with qualifications in Psychology. He also holds an MBA from the University of South Australia. When work is done, Alex enjoys spending time with family and friends, trying to keep fit, fishing at his family holiday shack, and good food and wine.

Dave Morris – Director 

Dave has over 15 years working in personal injury and insurance services.  Dave has been involved in the management of a variety of physical, cognitive, and psychological injuries and conditions throughout his career. David is an AHPRA registered Occupational Therapist. When work is done Dave enjoys going to the gym, surfing, and spending time with his family and friends.

Antoinette O’Hara – Occupational Therapist and National Service Manager

Antoinette is an Occupational Therapist and has mostly worked with an adult caseload, specialising in finding the right environment and support systems for people with a disability so they can live the life they choose! Antoinette enjoys working with like-minded people so they can have an impactful role in participants’ lives! When work is done, Antoinette enjoys spending time with those who are important to her, including her family, friends, and dog. A good day for Antoinette includes cooking a nice meal, having a good laugh, and some quiet time reading a book!

Eloise Woodcock – NSW Speech Pathology Clinical Lead

Eloise is a certified Speech-Language Pathologist and holds a Masters of Speech Language Pathology from Macquarie University. Eloise has a range of clinical experience across the lifespan in the NDIS sector working in and with pre-schools, schools, day programs, supported employment, aged care facilities, families, and supports. She also has experience in leadership and clinical supervision. Eloise’s passion area is AAC (Augmentative and Alternative Communication) and supporting people with complex communication needs to achieve the human right of communication. Outside of work, Eloise loves spending time with her family and friends and catching up on all the new shows on Netflix.

Chantel Huggins – Senior Occupational Therapist

Chantel has worked as an Occupational Therapist for 7 years, including the past 3 years supporting people within the NDIS. She specialises in providing occupational therapy support to adults, including finding the right support system and environments for participants. Chantel feels privileged every day to support people living with a disability and empowering them to live with greater participation, inclusion, and enjoyment- because that is a basic right of every individual. Chantel is an adventure and nature type of person- after work she enjoys spending time with her family and dog, going on hikes, or doing some DIY.