At EDUCARE, we understand that all people learn in different ways, and that sometimes children and adolescents are unknowingly prevented from reaching their full potential.
We have Psychiatrists, Psychologists, Speech-Language Pathologists, Paediatric Occupational Therapists and Behavioural Therapists who are highly trained and have had extensive experience in working with teachers and parents in addressing key issues that impede learning.
The clinicians can work alongside teachers to better support students with their individual education plans in the classroom as well as deliver lessons, inservice workshops and create both individual and group-based therapy for learning support staff.
The following learning support programs are some of the specific ways EDUCARE can help:
- Literacy Development
- Social Skills Development
- Handwriting Development
- Sensory Processing
- Teacher Inservice Workshops
Our clinicians are available to visit schools, free of charge, to talk more about the programs and support services offered by EDUCARE.