For over 50 years, we've been helping children build the skills and confidence to learn, develop and thrive.
Since 1972, Learning Links has been committed to supporting children with learning difficulties and disabilities to realise their full potential.
We provide evidence-based therapy, education and support services to help children build the skills and confidence they need to learn and live a life without limits.
We work in close collaboration with parents, professionals and schools to work towards our vision of creating a community where difficulties learning are no longer a barrier to a fulfilling life.
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Partner with Learning Links and together we can prevent learning difficulties from causing disadvantage.
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At Learning Links, you start and finish every day knowing you are truly making a difference to improve the lives of children.
We celebrate and support the unique skills and experience each person brings to our team, as we work together to achieve our mission. Join us!
We're excited to announce that Learning Links will be an official training partner of Play Included and the first to offer Brick-by-Brick® program training to education and allied health professionals in Australia.
This June, Officeworks is hosting its annual Make A Difference Appeal to raise money for local causes across the country. Learning Links is incredibly proud and humbled to be one of the 15 local community organisations that Officeworks, together with its customers, will be supporting.
Emotional co-regulation is an important stage in children's development where they learn to manage emotions through the support of an adult.
Learn about the classroom adjustments you can make to give students with ADHD the best opportunity to learn.
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