We support schools and a range of professionals working with children – including teachers and early childhood educators, psychologists and allied health professionals – through a range of programs and learning opportunities.
Learning Links’ multidisciplinary team has been providing life-changing programs for children and adolescents for over 50 years.
We are passionate about working collaboratively with schools, early childhood centres and other professionals to ensure as many children as possible who face difficulties with their learning can receive the support they need.
We offer a comprehensive suite of professional learning opportunities, and can also share our expertise in your school or practice to provide tailored, evidence-based interventions for children.
Our live and on-demand webinars and self-guided courses empower educators and allied health professionals with practical knowledge and resources – covering a range of topics from Dyslexia and ADHD, to speech and language, mental health and diagnosis.
Learning Links works in over 100 school communities each year to provide targeted speech therapy, psychology, literacy and numeracy interventions for sudents who need additional help and build the capacity of teachers to support them in the classroom.
If you’ve identified a student who needs a diagnostic assessment, or may require some extra support with their learning, communication or mental health, make an online referral to Learning Links so they can start getting the help they need.
Boost your students’ confidence with a structured approach to teaching maths that focuses on foundation skills and extra instruction in the four operations.
Simple strategies for teachers to promote inclusion in their students.
Learn about the classroom adjustments you can make to give students with ADHD the best opportunity to learn.
A helpful guide for teachers and parents to understand the Systematic Synthetic Phonics reading approach.