329 Children received early intervention through playgroups, therapy and preschool education.
280 Children received early childhood education through our inclusive preschool and long day-care centre.
439 Children received therapy to develop communications, language, sensory motor and motor skills.
880 Children with learning difficulties and conditions such as dyslexia, dyscalculia, dysgraphia and ADHD participated in programs to improve literacy and numeracy.
358 Families with children with a disability or developmental delay were provided help to access appropriate services.
310 Children and families with social, emotional and behavioural concerns were helped to reduce anxiety, build confidence, self-esteem and stronger family relationships.
477 Parents and carers were provided with specialist knowledge and skills in children’s learning development and family support
260 Children from 11 Schools benefited from additional specialist educational and therapy expertise provided by our professionals.
1,075 Children and families in disadvantaged areas were assisted with early identification of learning & developmental issues and language development.
53 Provisional psychologists gained expertise and skills working with children and families to fulfil the requirements to become fully registered.
1,653 professionals including teachers and early childhood educators were provided with specialist knowledge and skills in children’s learning development and family support.
How to gently prepare your child for prep
Written by Rebecca English, Lecturer in Education, Queensland University of Technology There are so many ways to raise your children, and it seems more and more parents are trying to be gentle in their approaches. But this can be tricky once they hit school age. From about age five, children spend a significant amount of […]
Monday, 29th January 2018
How facing challenging situations can prepare your child for school
Written by Jennie Hudson Professor in Psychology, Macquarie University Children are going back to school soon and, for many, it may be a time of change. Maybe it is your child’s first year of school, their first year of high school, or maybe they’re switching schools. Whatever the change, it will bring many new opportunities for […]
Tuesday, 16th January 2018
Clubs unite in support of children with learning difficulties
Local clubs have united to address literacy and numeracy levels across schools in Canterbury. Working closely with Learning Links, the partnership has seen the delivery of specialist intervention programs in schools, with a focus on supporting children with learning difficulties and disabilities. The joint club initiative by Canterbury League Club, Canterbury Hurlstone Park RSL, Lantern […]
Monday, 18th December 2017
Learning Links announced as FICAP Charity Partner
The Financial Industry Community Aid Program (FICAP) has announced Learning Links as their newest charity partner. A wonderful win for Learning Links that will greatly support the educational needs of children and families with learning difficulties and disabilities. We are thrilled to be selected as one of the FICAP charities said Learning Links CEO, Birgitte […]
Monday, 20th November 2017
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