Occupational Therapy
Terms and Conditions

Parties

Brewhaha Trust trading as Jump Up For Kids (Provider)

You – the person procuring the Provider’s services and any person on whose behalf you procure those services (Client)

1. General

The Provider operates an allied health business, including clinic-based and mobile occupational therapy services by qualified allied health practitioners and allied health assistants (the Services).

The Agreement applies to the relationship between Client and Provider, including without limitation:

  • The Services; and
  • All communications between Client and Provider.

2. Provider Obligations

The Provider will provide Services to the Client, subject to this Agreement.

The Provider will communicate with others involved in the Client’s care. This includes but may not be limited to doctors, teachers and other allied health professionals. This allows us to share information about Occupational Therapy intervention and strategies that are effective but also to gain information about your child that is important to the support provided by the Provider.

Please inform the Provider if you do not want the Occupational Therapist to contact other professionals involved in the care of your child.

All personal information gathered by the Provider during the provision of Services will remain confidential and secure except where:

  1. It is subpoenaed by a court; or
  2. Failure to disclose the information would place you or another person at serious and imminent risk; or
  3. Disclosure is otherwise required or authorised by law.

3. Client Obligations

The Client agrees to:

  • Give the Provider all information required for the provision of the Services;
  • Respond to Provider’s inquiries in a timely manner.

4. Payment

The Client must pay to the Provider the amounts set out on the pricing page (all in Australian Dollars) at jumpupforkids.com.au, or agreed to by the Client.

Payment is due on the day of the appointment.

The Client authorises the Provider to complete automatic payment transactions for fees by debit or credit card on a session-to-session basis and agrees to do all that is required to ensure funds are available.

The Client is responsible for paying all government charges or duties incurred in or in connection with the Provider’s provision of credit, or supply of Services.

Upon receipt of cleared funds in the Provider’s bank account, payment will be deemed to have been made.

5. Cancellations and Refunds

A minimum of 24 hours’ notice is required by the Client if you wish to cancel or reschedule an appointment.

The full consultation fee will be charged if the appointment is cancelled by the Client with less than 24 hours’ notice.

The $50 booking deposit will be forfeited if the first appointment is cancelled by the Client, regardless of time of cancellation.

6. Failure to pay

The Provider may do any of the following in the event that an amount is outstanding on the due date:

  • Charge the Client interest on any amounts owing at a rate of 10% per annum;
  • Cease the provision of the Services to the client until payment received
  • Terminate this Agreement
  • Start court proceedings against Client to recover the overdue amount
  • Recover all costs in relation to debt collection actions required to recover funds from the Client, including legal costs on an indemnity basis.

7. Variation of Terms and Conditions

The Provider may vary this Agreement by giving written notice to the Client. If the Client does not accept the variations, the Client may terminate this Agreement immediately by providing notice to the Provider.

8. Termination

The Client or the Provider may terminate this Agreement at any time by giving 2 weeks’ notice to the other party.

The Client’s obligation to pay any outstanding fees or other amounts to the Provider in relation to Services or this Agreement continues beyond termination of the Agreement.

9. Exclusion of express warranty

The Provider makes no guarantees that:

  • Allied health treatments and other services facilitated by the Provider are appropriate for a Client’s needs;
  • Treatment provided by allied health professionals and allied health assistants will be helpful and meet their goals or expectations; or
  • Allied health assessments, surveys and tools will be effective.

10. Limitations, exclusions and indemnities subject to the law

In no event will the Provider or nominated parties be held liable to the Client, any party or organization for any indirect, direct or other repercussions that may arise in connection with this Agreement or the Services.

11. Indemnity

In consideration of the Provider entering into this Agreement, the Client agrees to indemnify and hold the Provider, its officers, agents and employees harmless for any liability, loss or damage it may suffer as a result the Services and this Agreement.

12. Privacy

Provider collects and stores data in accordance with the Privacy Policy.

Client will not do anything to compromise Provider’s compliance with its Privacy Policy.

13. Communication

Communications must be in writing.

Either party may give notices to each other pursuant to this Agreement by sending it to the other party’s email address. The Provider will use the email address on the Client’s completed intake form, submitted via https://jumpupforkids.com.au/forms/. The Provider’s email address is This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

14. Inconsistencies

If this Agreement is inconsistent with any other document between the Client and Provider, this Agreement prevails to the extent of the inconsistency.

15. Law

The laws of Queensland govern the Agreement. The Client and the Provider submit to the exclusive jurisdiction of courts with jurisdiction in Queensland.

16. Transfer of rights and obligations

The Client cannot transfer any of its rights or obligations under this Agreement without the written consent of Provider.

The Provider may transfer its rights or obligations under this Agreement to a third party without notice to or prior consent of the Client.  

The Client will sign any required documents to give effect to transfer by the Provider under this clause.

17. Unforeseen events

The Provider’s obligation under this Agreement are suspended if affected by an Unforeseen Event, for as long as the event continues. The Provider may terminate the Agreement in writing to the Client if the Unforeseen Event continues for more than 30 days.

The Client’s obligations to pay any money under the Agreement remain in force regardless of the Unforeseen Event.

The Provider must endeavour to remove, overcome or minimise the effects of that Unforeseen Event as quickly as possible.

18. Severability

If any provision of this Agreement is or becomes unenforceable, illegal or void, the remaining clauses are not affected each clause of this lease is effective to the greatest extent permitted by law.