Amelia comes to Therapies for Kids and participates in regular Intensive Paediatric Therapy to work on a number of goals: to develop her sitting ability so that she can hold her head and trunk up for longer periods so she can play and engage with her peers at preschool. to improve core stability and trunk…

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We are looking for a dynamic Paediatric Occupational Therapist to join our multi-disciplinary team. You will work with children aged 0-18 and their families to achieve goals and developmental milestones. Your caseload will be a mix of children who are typically developing, as well as children with disabilities. You will be well supported, both clinically and from an administrative perspective.…

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Laura is an enthusiastic occupational therapist who is motivated to get the best possible outcomes for kids and their families. She believes that every child should be given the best opportunity to reach their potential. After graduating from the University of South Australia, Laura worked in a variety of settings in Australia and the UK…

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Gopi is a part of the physiotherapy team in the Riverina clinic. Whilst studying for her physiotherapy degree, she was working as a tutor for primary and high school kids. This sparked Gopi’s love for working with children. At Therapies for Kids, Gopi brings her bubbly and enthusiastic nature to work with kids in their…

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Oscar is a passionate and energetic Occupational Therapist who aims to enrich the lives of children of all abilities and their families through the use of interactive and engaging play-based therapy. Oscar has always had a passion for paediatrics with both his parents being paediatric nurses when he was growing up. He continued to follow…

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Research in childhood disability has identified six F-words that should be the focus for development. These include Function, Family, Fitness, Fun, Friends, and Future. These areas of development are a key focus for your child’s development. Each of the areas are equally important and it’s important to apply these concepts in a holistic way with…

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Georgia is energetic and warm in nature and seeks to enhance engagement through play. She has completed a Bachelor of Exercise and Sport Science from the University of Sydney and a Masters of Physiotherapy from UTS. She has experience treating adults and children in the community, as well as acute and rehabilitation settings. An enthusiasm…

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Christine completed a Bachelor of Speech Pathology from the University of Sydney and, while studying, volunteered to assist at her community playgroup which ran for children aged 0-5 years old. There, she found her interest in helping parents engage with their children for playing and developing their communication skills. Christine has experience with treating adults…

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