TLC offers a range of services including speech pathology, occupational therapy, early intervention therapy, specialist education and music therapy.
TLC provides assessment and therapy for children who may be having difficulty with communication (expressive/receptive language, speech sounds, stuttering). Therapy is available in our Milton and Bay and Basin Centres as well as for specific purposes in schools, day programs and other community settings. Read more here.
TLC provides assessment and therapy for children. Therapy aims to enable children to gain the functional skills they need for independence in play, motor development, self-care, learning, sensory-development and socialisation. Services are available at our Milton and Bay and Basin Centres as well as for specific purposes in schools, day programs and other community settings. Read more here.
Early Intervention Therapy
TLC provides assessment and therapy for infants and young children with or without a diagnosed disability and/or development delay and their families. These supports can be provided to self-managed and plan managed NDIS participants in our Milton and Bay and Basin centres as well as through visits to preschools and schools in the area. Read more here.
Allied Health Assistant Support
Our talented AHA provides support to families through delivery of therapist developed intervention programs in schools, pre-schools and the community. Supports are also available at both our Milton and Bay and Basin centres. She creates resources for families and therapists and is part of our team for delivering group programs such as Best of Friends and PEERS. Read more here.
Music therapy is a research-based practice and profession in which music is used to actively support people as they strive to improve their health, functioning and wellbeing. TLC is lucky to have an experienced and passionate Music Therapist in Amy Smith on the team. Sessions are available via Telehealth. Read more here.
Specialist educators are multi-disciplinary disability professionals with expertise in fostering the skills, independence and quality of life of individuals with developmental and/or acquired disabilities. A specialist educator can provide assistance with; behaviour issues and positive behaviour support, emotional regulation, support with understanding and learning about sexuality, relationships and sex education, teaching functional life skills including social, communication, self-care, daily living, recreation, and employment. Read more here.