We have over 15 years experience in the disability sector, and are experienced in delivering therapy outcomes for NDIS participants.
We deliver trauma informed and relationships based therapy to support people with complex needs, within a psycho-social model of disability. We believe in working collaboratively with clients, their family and support networks to deliver individually-focused therapy that suits your unique needs.
We understand the importance of involving you in designing how therapy fits into your family life because we are parents too!
We are here to help you develop your skills and your capacity to live the life you want to live!
Occupational Therapists are brilliant at involving the therapeutic use of everyday activities, or occupations, to support improved performance in daily tasks. We work across the lifespan supporting all life roles and transitions to achieve the best life possible.
Serina has received training in the following programs, which she incorporates into her therapy:
- So Safe Protective Behaviours program
- Increasing capacity/family centred practice
- Talking Mats training
- Goal setting
- Solutions Focused Brief Therapy
Serina particularly enjoys supporting people to develop their self identity and self advocacy skills, exploring and understanding sexuality and relationships, developing skills to support engagement and regulation, as well as building strong family systems around the individual.
Speech pathologists support the communication, language, speech and swallowing needs of people. From using augmentative and alternative forms of communication (AAC), conversation skills, chewing and speech clarity skills- “speechies” help people find their voice.
Kristyn has received training in the following programs, which she incorporates into her therapy:
- DIR Floortime Basic training
- Capacity Building For Families
- Key Word Sign Basic training
- Talktools training
- Introduction to PROMPT therapy.
Kristyn particularly enjoys supporting people develop their confidence in communicating with others, designing communication supports for people and developing self advocacy skills.
We strongly believe in supporting people to engage in their community.
We hold group sessions to learn new skills and put them straight into practice. Some of the groups we run are: