Translate Page

School holiday program – Bayswater

Tuesday, 3 April to Friday, 13 April 2018

Aquatic Occupational Therapy

Week 1: Tuesday, 3 April 2018 to Thursday, 5 April 2018
Week 2: Tuesday, 10 April 2018 to Friday, 13 April 2018 The aquatic program is more than just fun, it also:
  • Encourages motor development.
  • Supports effective sensory processing.
  • Develops water safety awareness and water confidence.
  • Promotes self-care skills such as tolerating hair and face washing.
  • Develops basic independent swimming skills with a goal of transitioning into lessons at community pool.
  • Develops social interaction, play and communication skills.
Time: 9.00am – 11.00am or 1.00pm – 3.00pm daily
Cost: $87.50 per half hour session
Funding: HCWA, NDIS, FFS

Lego Club

Week 1: Tuesday, 3 April 2018 to Friday, 6 April 2018
Based on the Lego Therapy model, participants will use different methods of construction to complete specific tasks. Lego Therapy motivates children to positively work together in pairs and small groups on projects, and encourages children to use joint problem solving, listening, and social communication skills. Children with strong language skills and previous exposure to social skills training are most suited for this program.
This program is supported by a multi-disciplinary team of therapists.
Time: 2.00pm – 4.00pm
Cost: $118 per day
Funding: HCWA, NDIS, FFS

Music and Movement

Week 1: Tuesday, 3 April 2018 to Friday, 6 April 2018
In this program an occupational therapist utilises music and movement as a medium for developing:
  • Gross motor, coordination and balance skills.
  • Self-regulation and sensory motor skills.
  • Attention and listening skills.
  • Social communication skills.
  • Positive self-esteem and improved self-confidence.

Time: 10.00am – 12.00noon daily
Cost: $118 per day
Funding: HCWA, NDIS, FFS

Sport Program

Week 2: Tuesday, 10 April 2018 to Friday, 13 April 2018
Children will develop a range of physical and social skills through playing multiple sports each day. Sporting activities will also support the development of core strength, motor planning, spatial and body awareness.
Clinicians will support children to learn new skills or master developing skills such as:
  • Kicking a football or soccer ball.
  • Passing a ball accurately to a peer.
  • Bouncing/dribbling a ball.
  • Hand-eye coordination for skills such as shooting goals, hitting a ball (eg, racquet sports), aiming for targets.
  • Following the rules of a game.
  • Turn-taking with peers.
  • Following instructions.
  • Being a good team player.
This program is suitable for pre-school and school-age children who can follow instructions and/or imitate an adult’s demonstration of actions within a small group setting.
Time: 9.30am – 12.30pm daily
Cost: $177 per day
Funding: HCWA, NDIS, FFS