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Quality Therapy and Support Continues Through Tele-practice

The West Australian is supporting local businesses with their Open for Business Feature. This week, Kids Are Kids! Executive Officers Teresa Barrie and Lisa Hoffman told of how the organisation, its staff and families are adapting to providing therapy through[...]

Online therapy winning fans

Recently in the Melville Gazette, Executive Officer, Lisa Hoffman tells the story of Kids Are Kids! adapting operational practices from face to face to Telehealth to support children and their families during COVID-19. See the story in the Melville Gazette[...]

LiteGait Treadmill Keeps Ava on the Move.

Ava is a happy 6 year old girl who adores her big sister Emily and her parents Kristen and Shaun. Her mother, Kristen, describes Ava as a funny and cheeky little girl who has so much love to give, anyone[...]

Every Child Deserves a Voice

We have been busy the last five months developing resources and processes around AAC at Kids are Kids. AAC or Alternative and Augmentative Communication is a niche area that is quickly becoming a frequently used practice across all areas of developmental[...]

Cognitive IQ Assessments Now Available

At Kids are Kids, we are now offering cognitive IQ assessments for children 6-16 years. A cognitive assessment can help you identify a child’s strengths and difficulties and may help to understand why a child is performing below their expected[...]

Sensory Facility Opens at Kids Are Kids!

On Tuesday 25 October 80 guests gathered at Kids Are Kids! in Bateman to celebrate the official opening of the new state of the art therapy facility, the Sensory  Xploration Hub. Founders of the Think Fragile X Foundation, Luke and[...]

Kids Are Kids! Launch Services in Great Southern

Not-for-profit therapy and education centre, Kids Are Kids! are thrilled to be announcing their new venture in 2016: the extension of services into the Great Southern region of WA. The not for profit organisation based in Bateman, Perth has branched[...]
Register Your Interest ActiveAte for 2019

ActiveAte program for kids with ASD is designed to create health and well-being through fun physical activity and mealtime strategies developed by Kids Are Kids! Read more about the program here