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Your child is our priority! We are proud to be Australia's most leading trans-disciplinary practice working across different therapies to ensure your child receives the highest quality support. We don't just provide the best support, we set goals and reach them! We are child-centred, specialising in treating ALL children, typical and disabled.
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Welcome to Summer Lockdown Olympics! The Olympic Games in Tokyo may be coming to a close, but here we are just getting started! And also eagerly awaiting for the start of the Paralympics! Choose your country and let the games begin. The following are summer Olympic sports that you can participate in your: Lounge room…
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…
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…
We often get asked when a parent should be worried about toilet training for their child. Like all developmental milestones, each child is individual in the time they are ready. Some children start being interested in toilet training as early as 18 months, but anywhere up to 3.5 years is okay. Some signs that your…
Harry is four-years-old with a condition called Prader-Willi Syndrome, a rare genetic disorder affecting development and growth. For Harry, the syndrome affects his balance, strength, and motor planning abilities. Through an intensive paediatric therapy program, Harry is better able to develop the skills necessary to meet his personal goals, such as riding a bike. We…
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Early Intervention Support Needs | Mild Intellectual Disability | Behaviour Disorder | Intensive Behaviour | Educational Support | Autism | Moderate or Severe Intellectual Disability | Conduct Disorder | Emotional Disturbance | Language Disorder | Significant Difficulty in Reading | Physical Disability