Entries by Simone

Tools to help support your child to learn at home

There are many benefits that come with homeschooling but when you have a child with learning difficulties the simple things can quickly become more difficult. That’s why Speech and Occupational Therapists play a vital part in plan management. It is important that constant and clear liaison with health professionals and educational staff occurs and that […]

What is Speech Therapy and how can it help my child?

Speech and Language Therapy is about helping children to communicate to the best of their ability. It allows our therapists to meet your child where they are at and identify how to move them forward in their speech, language and communication development as well as other areas of learning that may be impacted.   There […]

Pandora’s story; Occupational therapy via telepractice to remote Northern Territory

Pandora, age 7 years Lives at Uluru, Northern Territory. Pandora is diagnosed with Autism and experiences issues around executive functioning, fine motor, gross motor skills and general development. Pandora’s mother states,  “I found my OT through a recommendation by Autism South Australia. We access our OT via telehealth (teletherapy) due to living in a very […]

Our Top 10 RESOURCES for providing online Speech Therapy

  Webber Hear Builder HearBuilder is an interactive online language program that can be accessed on a computer or tablet. It has four types of activities; Following Directions, Phonological Awareness, Auditory Memory and Sequencing. An annual ‘Specialist’ subscription allows me to track the progress of 20 students and to set the levels of difficulty at […]

FAQs How Does Online Speech and Occupational Therapy Work?

How does online therapy work? Online therapy uses videoconferencing technology to deliver therapy services over the internet wherever you may be; at home, school, preschool or childcare. Online is just like face-to-face speech therapy but instead of sitting across the table from the therapist you will be viewing each other across the internet on your […]

5 Tips to Get your Child Talking.

Children who are not talking at 2 years of age are considered to be late talkers. We expect a 2 year old to have around 50 words and be putting words together. If your 2 year old is late to start talking this is a good time to get advice from a Speech Pathologist. In […]

NEW! Speech and Occupational Therapy services delivered online?

Are you on wait lists for therapy supports? Do you travel long distances for therapy? Do you want high quality therapy services? There is an alternative… Therapy Connect – Online Therapy …Therapy Anywhere, Anytime. We can deliver services over the internet wherever you or your child may be; at home, at school, at preschool/kinder or […]