405 Children received therapy to develop communications, language, sensory, fine and gross and motor skills.
240 Children received inclusive educational care through our Preschool and Out of School Hours care services.
390 Children with conditions such as dyslexia, dyscalculia, dysgraphia and ADHD participated in programs to improve literacy and numeracy.
593 Children were assessed to determine their strengths and needs to provide families with guidance regarding the support required.
138 Children with social, emotional and behavioural concerns were provided support to reduce anxiety, build confidence, self-esteem and stronger family relationships.
707 Parents and carers were provided with specialist knowledge and skills in children’s learning development and family support.
393 Children and families in disadvantaged communities were assisted with specialist intervention and support.
41 Provisional psychologists gained expertise and skills working with children and families to fulfil the requirements to become fully registered.
544 Professionals including teachers and early childhood educators were provided with specialist knowledge and skills in children’s learning development and family support.
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