At Learning Links, we are family-centred and committed to supporting your child’s strengths, needs and interests.
Our dedicated multidisciplinary team of child psychologists, speech pathologists, occupational therapists, education specialists and early childhood educators offers a wide range of evidence-based, tailored services – both face-to-face and online – to empower children to learn, develop and thrive.
We also have a number of programs that build the capacity of parents and carers to provide support in the home, and put strategies in place to manage your own mental health and wellbeing.
Our goal is to help all children build the skills and confidence they need to reach their full potential – now and in the future.
See our range of assessments, which can help you to better understand your child’s strengths and needs, and the best supports to put in place to help them learn and develop.
We work closely with children and families to truly understand your unique situation and offer personalised and evidence-based therapies to support positive change.
We use fun and interactive strategies to meaningfully engage your child to build their speech, language and literacy skills, and the confidence to communicate and interact with others.
Our tutoring program is tailored to the individual needs and learning style of your child, so we can focus on filling the gaps in their learning to help them build skills, motivation and confidence.
Our inclusive Preschool and early intervention Prep 4 Preschool playgroups provide supportive and engaging environments to help children develop and thrive in the crucial early years.
We run a range of small group programs for children, parents and carers that support the development of skills and strategies for social interaction, behaviour, learning and relationships.
Learning Links is a registered NDIS provider in the support area of Improved Daily Living. Let us empower you to navigate the NDIS, so you can access the best possible support to help your child achieve their goals and aspirations.
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