A program for fussy eaters to help them learn how to try new foods and in the process discover other foods they can eat to be healthy and fit in socially.Enquire Download Brochure
A joint speech pathology and occupational therapy playgroup for children under four years of age. Maximum 10 participants. Runs weekly 9:30 – 11:00 am.Enquire Download Brochure
A gross motor coordination program to encourage fitness and fundamental movements skills for children.
Fridays: 3:15 – 4:15pm (Years 1 – 3) and 4:30 – 5:30pm (Years 4 – 6). Maximum 8 participants.
Write well with the Gymworks OT ‘Write On’ writing program.
Gymworks OT has highly trained and experienced therapists working with children in small groups, from school years 1 to 6 and individually once at high school, to develop the range of writing skills required for success at school. Based on the Talk for Writing program developed by Pie Corbett and supported by Julia Strong, but also with a strong emphasis on the mechanics of writing, Gymworks OT makes writing engaging and fun for students.Enquire Download Brochure
Our amazing gym is available for hire on Sundays for small groups (maximum 12 children). Includes a party host who can assist with party games in the gym.Enquire Download Brochure
A highway hero is a child who:
Socially – knows how to be friendly, makes friends, resolves friendship issues, knows when and how to stick up for themselves.
Emotionally – understands their feelings and the impact on thinking and behaviour, calms down quickly, asks for help when in overwhelm and learns to de-catastrophise patterns of thinking and emoting.
Supports – their learning behaviours through planning and organising their time and resources, persists through tough and boring work requirements, becomes and stays motivated, identifies and avoids distractions.Enquire Download Brochure
‘Focus.’ A program using ALERT and ZONES of REGULATION strategies to help children learn to pay attention, cooperate and enjoy learning at school.Enquire
Our innovative 1 hour program combining gross and fine motor development targeting skills that your child needs to develop. Sessions are run in small groups of four with two highly qualified occupational therapists to help your child meet their specific goals.Enquire Download Brochure