Our comprehensive services include Speech Pathology, Occupational Therapy, Physiotherapy and Clinical Psychology to children aged from birth to 18 years of age.  Programs and service are provided in a range of settings including our Bateman, Rockingham and Mt Barker Centres, home, school and day care.  Our Mobile Therapy Service travels to additional areas to provide services in the local community.

How to access our services

Families can contact Kids Are Kids! directly to access most of our therapy services. A referral from a doctor or other allied health professional is not required.

Paediatricians can refer to Kids Are Kids! via phone or letter at which time the family will be contacted to offer services.

Individual programs

Kids Are Kids! provides a range of individual and group services to children and their families.

Group programs

Our group programs provide children with the opportunity to learn important independence and participation life skills.


Kids Are Kids! can offer an range of workshops to parent groups, schools, childcare facilities, kindergartens and other community agencies.

The workshops can be tailor made to suit the needs of the particular group and this can be determined upon initial contact by the group seeking professional development.

School based services

Kids Are Kids! provides a range of individual and group therapy services to children in schools. Services are tailored to suit each school's needs and include screening, assessment and therapy services to Kindy, Pre Primary and Primary School aged children. We work in partnership with school teachers and parents to give children all the support they need at school.

Government funded services

Kids Are Kids! provides a range of government funded programs including Better Start for Children With Disability, Helping Children with Autism, Medicare Chronic Disease Management Plan services and Child Development Service Speech Pathology services.

Scholarship Programs

Kids Are Kids are proud to be able to offer Scholarship Programs to families in need to therapy and unable to access services otherwise.