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Miracle Month of May – Afternoon Tea

Last week, the Kids Are Kids! Team joined together to celebrate the Miracle Month of May, created by The Miracle Babies Foundation to raise awareness and funds for premature babies and their families in communities across Australia. Afternoon tea treats[...]

Tiny Feet Making Big Steps

Not-for-profit therapy  centre, Kids Are Kids! are dedicated to helping children with developmental needs and disabilities reach their potential through individualised therapy plans, group programs and parent/caregiver support. Kids Are Kids! are thrilled to be assisting Miracle Babies Foundation this[...]

Brayden Shines Blue for Autism

As the world commemorates Autism Awareness Day on Sunday 2nd April Brayden, his family and many get on with the daily challenges as well as celebrations that Autism brings to their own world. As a family of Kids Are Kids![...]
Cheen Cheen in Physiotherapy

Therapy Scholarship Helps Cheen

Zhiqing Zhang, known as Cheen Cheen, is a lovely 4 year old girl who lives with her mum, Lizzy and grandparents. She has significant mobility, cognitive and communication impairments that impact on how she is able to interact with her[...]

New sensory facility helps Jack focus on his therapy

Jack is an outgoing, confident and happy little seven year old boy who doesn’t let his diagnosis of Autism stand in his way. For Jack, Autism has  bought many challenges relating to expressive and receptive language, attention and concentration. The[...]
Tyler Moore, 3 years & Sam Jones, Physiotherapist

Leaps and Bounds for Little Tyler with GDD

Tyler has a love of musical toys, hearing his much-loved Mum and Grandma sing and his favourite song ‘Row Row Your Boat’. At only 3 years old Tyler and his family are integrating therapy strategies into their everyday lives to[...]

Tyler Beats GDD

Global Developmental Delay (GDD) can be so frustrating for parents and carers, not to mention the child themselves. It’s often a diagnosis given to a child between the ages of 0-18 who is not reaching their developmental milestones including gross[...]
Physiotherapist Sam Jones with Monique Whelan

Big Steps for Little Monique

Monique is a shy and loveable four and a half year old with Trisomy 20 Mosaicism, a chromosome abnormality that means she has learning delays, decreased muscle tone, Clubfeet and Scoliosis but the team at Kids Are Kids! has helped[...]
Lileigh

Lileigh’s Story on ABC Radio

Kids Are Kids! hits the airwaves! Join us on air as ABC720 Morning Show Host Geoff Hutchison talks with our Patron Andrew Whitehouse and Kids Are Kids! mum Bec, about how the work we do is changing the lives of[...]