Helping children experiencing challenges engage more confidently with childhood.
How can we help you?
Welcome to Imagine Therapies .
“Our emblem is a winged Pegasus for a simple reason – we’re here to grow & strengthen the wings these special children need to fly with confidence, success & resilience through childhood, & beyond”
Every child deserves a happy childhood, rich in educational and developmental opportunities, but for some children and their families this is less straight forward than for others.
Many different kinds of physical or neurological conditions – as well as social or family circumstances – can pose challenges during childhood. Read more about typical childhood conditions and challenges here.
Imagine Therapies exists to help, support and guide these children, their families, their schools and others in the ‘village’ that it takes to raise a child.
Our services – provided by accredited paediatric professionals – are delivered in schools & early learning centres, in homes, onsite in our offices and, soon, even online to regional and remote communities.
Registered with the Australian Health Practitioner Agency, Imagine Therapies is an officially recognised ‘Allied Health’ care provider that regularly works with primary care services – such as GP’s and Paediatricians – and a range of Government agencies.
Our emblem is a winged Pegasus for a simple reason – we’re here to grow and strengthen the wings these special children need to fly with confidence, success and resilience through childhood, and beyond.
Founder & Managing Director
Our Solutions & Services
At Imagine Therapies, we work in the many areas of development, some including play, self care and motor skills, parenting support, coaching and group programs, cognitive and academic development and achievement, teacher workshops, coaching and training.
For a child, it is crucial that difficulties in communication are addressed. A child’s formative years rely on communication to build bonds with family, use socially appropriate skills so they can develop friendships, learn how to listen and comprehend their world, build their vocabulary and to reach their highest potential in academic skills. We continue to learn new things throughout our whole life by reading, writing, listening and speaking. A speech and language pathologist can help reach our highest potential in all these domains so that we can live a full and rewarding life.
We can help if your child:
- has problems understanding what people say
- has difficulty following directions
- gets frustrated by not being able to say what he wants to say or by not being understood by others
- has trouble maintaining a conversation
- finds socialising with other children challenging
- has problems feeding/swallowing
- has a long term husky voice or is hard to hear
- is not talking verbally due to a cognitive difficulty and needs help finding alternative ways to communicate
- has a history of ear infections and you’re worried about their communication
- needs help learning to read
- has trouble keeping up with work at school
Our services include psychometric assessments, individualised and group therapy, home based programs, school consultations and training workshops. We assist children, adolescents and adults with a range of skill building and training activities, behavioural management, anxiety, depression, working memory and attention difficulties, pregnancy support and relationship counselling.
We also offer comprehensive assessments for:
- School readiness
- Learning difficulties
- Developmental delay
- Intellectual disabilities
- Autism spectrum disorder (ASD)
- Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD)
We want you to be able to live as you wish to live. We have developed a distinctive service offering, providing clients with single-point access to a comprehensive range of the services.
- Parents & Caregivers
- Early Education
- Schools & Educational Staff
- Healthcare & Child Safety Professionals
69 – 79 Attenuata Drive, Mountain Creek, 4557
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