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SUPPORTING VULNERABLE FAMILIES THROUGH THERAPY SCHOLARSHIPS

Children with significant learning delays or disabilities need intensive individualised therapy and family support to assist them in reaching their potential. At times families are not receiving adequate funding or, due to individual circumstances, are not eligible to access government[...]

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[...]

Quiz Night!

**THIS EVENT IS POSTPONED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE** WE WELCOME YOU TO REGISTER FOR TICKETS BY EMAILING INFO@KIDSAREKIDS.ORG.AU AND WE WILL CONTACT WHEN THE EVENT HAS BEEN RE-SCHEDULED. We are excited to announce the Kids Are Kids! Quiz Night on Friday,[...]

The Brand Agency Creates Flourishing New Wall Mural for Kids Are Kids!

The Brand Agency’s design team has volunteered their artistic abilities to create a stunning piece of wall art for Kids Are Kids! As part of the Agency’s volunteer day initiative, the team hand-painted the six metre long mural with the[...]

ActiveAte Program Results in More Physical Activity and Less Screen Time

ActiveAte Program Results in More Physical Activity and Less Screen Time Individuals with autism spectrum disorders (ASD) are often preoccupied with television, computers, and video games (screen-based media). This represents a big challenge for parents and carers of children with[...]

Food aversions vs. nutritious diet: How can parents of children with autism encourage healthy eating?

Food aversions vs. nutritious diet: How can parents of children with autism encourage healthy eating? As any parent or carer of a child with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) is well aware, raising a child with behavioural issues can be extremely[...]

Rebecca Thorpe, Occupational Therapist

Kids Are Kids! are thrilled to welcome Rebecca, Occupational Therapist, to the team. Rebecca graduated with honours from Edith Cowan University in 2016. Since graduating Rebecca has worked with both children and adolescents with disability, working with families to help[...]

Working Together to Help Children with Disabilities

Stefan and Ashleigh are the wonderful, loving and dedicated Perth parents of two beautiful boys. Their son, Miles, has a rare syndrome called 49XXXXY Syndrome, a type of chromosome abnormality characterised by the presence of 3 extra X chromosomes in males. The[...]

Claire Nulsen, Clinical Psychologist

Kids Are Kids! welcome Claire to the team. Claire is a Clinical Psychologist who has worked with children, adolescents and families addressing issues including anxiety, anger, challenging behaviour, obsessive-compulsive disorder, emotion regulation, adjustment difficulties, attachment issues, and family relationship issues.[...]
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