Groups are an excellent way to focus on specific areas of development in a fun and motivating environment. Group are available to support the following areas: Social Skills, Prep Readiness and Fussy Eating.
Social Skills Development
Engage your child in a journey of discovery as they learn how to navigate the complex world of social interactions. Give them the tools to understand how to make friends and keep them as well as understand their emotions and how to manage them. An award winning course used all over the world because of its demonstrated effectiveness.
The Incredible Flexible you is specifically designed for children in prep and grade 1, who have difficulties learning and playing as part of group. The group will consist of your child and a maximum of 3 other children, and will be run by an Occupational Therapist.
Help your child prepare for school by allowing them to experience a fun and engaging program specifically written to help them develop the foundational physical and behavioural skills that are necessary for starting school strongly. Delivered in a group but customised for each child this program uses our unique home program system to provide parent education and specific activities for each child during and after the program as they prepare for prep.
Help your child write neater and faster with this innovative program that combines specialist handwriting therapy with robotics. Over a series of 6 challenges sessions children build and program robots to complete a different mission each session. Run over the last two weeks of the School Holidays this program has limited so get in quick to avoid disappointment.
Help your child learn to eat a good variety and volume of food. Based on the respected and recognised SOS Feeding process this program is specifically designed to help younger picky eaters and their parents.
Help your child learn to eat a good variety and volume of food. Based on the respected and recognised SOS Feeding process this program is specifically designed to help older picky eaters and their parents.