Overview of therapy programs 

We have experienced staff including Occupational Therapists, Physiotherapists, Speech Pathologists and Allied Health Assistants, who really help children with disabilities and their families by:

Speech Therapy

Speech Therapy

  • Listening to and strengthening families by offering information and support to find out about their child's disability and needs
  • Support at the time of diagnosis
  • Support for children with disability's inclusion in their everyday environments 
  • Formal and informal family support, including emotional support – there is always someone to talk to.
  • Therapy assessments and programmes at our base, as well as the child’s natural environment. This encourages the development of real-life skills to be meaningfully included in life
  • Flexible services to suit schools, early education centres, parents/carers and children to improve educational access and outcomes via individualised educational and developmental programmes
  • Information and support for: 
    • School readiness and smooth transitions into school settings
    • connecting with other parents, service providers and the local community including our respite care service.
  • Support, information and professional development for carers/teachers especially those experiencing important transitions and/or lack of experience
  • Provision of alternative and meaningful programs catering for individual needs e.g. specialist  equipment and technology options. 
  • Networking with families and other organisations to strengthen community ties and provide a value for money service

WHAT PROGRAMS DO WE OFFER?

We offer a range of programs for eligible children. These include:

  • Early Intervention programs (OT, Physio and SLP) for children with disabilities or suspected disabilities who are under 7 years of age under our Helping Children with Autism or Better Start Programmes – (0 to 7 years)
  • Individual, small and large group OT/SLP/Physio programs for school aged children with disabilities/special needs.
  • Prescription of modifications and specialized equipment to assist children to function within their environments.