Programs & Clinics

Programs & Clinics

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Premature Clinic

This clinic runs at Glen Waverley. We monitor development formally at 6m, 12m and 24m. This will help to identify issues early, in areas like fine motor, language, and learning/ cognitive skills so you can access the appropriate support sooner.

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Chronic fatigue syndrome(CFS) & FunctionalNeurological conditions (FND)

This clinic runs at Glen Waverley. These conditions need experienced therapists guiding the way. This clinic will be about realistic goals and education and working out why things are not falling into place.

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Baby Clinics

These clinics are run across all of our sites. This is to provide early intervention to children under 5. These cases are deemed urgent and we will prioritize families getting input as quickly as possible

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Footwear, Orthotics andGait (FOG) Clinic

This clinic is about getting footwear, orthotics and gait reviewed in detail and systematically. For children who have complex movement difficulties, tone and asymmetry, we partner with orthotists to provide this clinic to improve walking function.

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Equipment Clinic

We have established connections with major wheelchair, standing frame and walker equipment suppliers and can set up trials of multiple items to suit families to come and see what is available. We then prescribe fit and justify needs to funding

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Transition Clinic

This is a preparatory service for teenagers moving into adult services. We support young people with a tool box of solutions on how to self manage their conditions, how to prepare for adult services and how to get their needs met. We are passionate about young people having a voice and being ready.

You will start a define piece of work with a therapist who will develop a transition document about your child’s needs. Addressing independence, community team and community access.

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Intensive Programs

Our intensive programs run over 2-3 week blocks, planned during term breaks or throughout the year for pre-school children. These programs are goal directed and intervention focussed where new skills and milestones are being achieved in shorter time frames.

Our intensives are tailor made around your childs needs. It can be 1-3weeks, 2 sessions/ week or daily. The sessions can be planned during term breaks or throughout the year for pre-school children. These programs are goal directed and intervention focussed where new skills and milestones are being achieved in shorter time frames.

Our hydrotherapy programs are fun, effective and conducted at your local pool. Here we focus on whole body coordination, posture, breathing and developing skills that help children improve their confidence around water.

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Our Accredited Exercise Physiologist (AEP) specialises in using exercise interventions and therapy for those with neurological, developmental, and paediatric conditions. The aim of an Exercise Physiologist is to provide you with the guidance to help achieve your functional goals.

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Early intervention simply means, starting therapy as early as possible in order to achieve the best results and minimise longer term problems.

Every baby is supported by their family in order to thrive, learn and develop. Children with developmental delay and/ or disabilities often need more guidance in order to participate and be able to live a full and happy life.