Learning Links is a registered NDIS provider in the area of Improved Daily Living. Our programs help children develop functional skills for independence & community participation.
We provide a range of assessment services to determine children’s learning strengths and needs – an important first step in understanding how best to help them.
Our multidisciplinary team provides a range of early intervention services for young children who are not reaching key milestones from an early age and are at risk of learning difficulties.
We offer telehealth and online services via phone or video, to ensure children can receive ongoing support for their mental health, learning and development from the comfort of their home.
Our speech therapists work with children who have difficulty expressing themselves or understanding and following what others are saying, enhancing their ability to learn.
Our occupational therapists help children work with their bodies so they can perform the basic life skills and the tasks required of them at school including fine and gross motor skills.
Our experienced teachers provide individualised tutoring programs to help children build the skills, motivation and confidence that they need to reach their potential and succeed at school.
We provide counselling to children to with social, emotional and behavioural using evidence-based therapies including Cognitive Behaviour Therapy, Brief Solutions and Play Therapy.
Our programs teach children to develop socially skilled behaviours that will help them develop friendships and get along with others.
We offer a range of fun and educational school holiday programs throughout the year for small groups of children aged 6-12 years, to support their learning and development in primary school.
Our Prep 4 Preschool early intervention playgroup provides a relaxed, safe and engaging environment where play activities are tailored to enhance the development of your child.
Our inclusive preschool can provide your child with a rich and unique experience that will give them a real desire to learn. We build on each child's strengths, skills and knowledge.
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