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Kids Care Collective

Kids Care Collective

Kids Care Collective are a growing allied practice located in the Western suburbs of Melbourne. Kids Care Collective offer Speech Therapy, Occupational Therapy and Psychology services to children aged 0-12 years. 

Kids Care Collective provide therapy in the clinic as well as outreach services across childcares, kindergartens, schools and in the home. We work with children with a range of disabilities and delays, including those living with a diagnosis of Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), Intellectual Disability (ID), Global Developmental Delay (GDD), Speech and Language delays, Sensory Processing Disorder (SPD), Down Syndrome or those who experience challenges in any area that impact their ability to engage in their daily activities.  

Their therapy team is currently made up of 13 clinicians and 2 admin support staff, all of whom bring a wealth of passion, excitement, knowledge, and differing expertise to the clinic. They pride ourselves on being client centred, kind and collaborative, and we aim to empower our clients and build the capacity of their caregivers. 

 

www.kidscarecollective.com.au

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Why do we love Busy Books?

"Busy Books have been a major asset to our clinic and our resource room at KCC. We use them daily with a range of our clients. The Busy Books are fun, creative, and innovative – meaning we can use them to achieve any of our goals! Our Speech Therapists love to use them to work on children’s receptive language skills and their ability to follow instructions. Our OTs love to use them to work on building hand dominance, crossing the midline, body awareness, visual motor integration, executive function and pretend play. Our psychologist loves to use them to address goals relating to emotional regulation, interoceptive awareness and executive function. And we all love to use them to engage children in play and promote their independence skills! The Busy Book resources have been a winner with our clients and therapists alike, and we cannot recommend them highly enough to our families to use at home to support skill development outside of the therapeutic setting." -  Carla De Pasquale, Occupational Therapist, Kids Care Collective

 

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