How well a child is prepared for the start of schooling life can impact significantly on long term outcomes.
This effective therapy-learning paradigm ensures that children with additional social, emotional and learning needs are provided with the readiness and skills they require to continue learning, as they prepare for school and receive therapy in the one setting.
Which Children Can Benefit Most From The Learning Project?
The Learning Project is aimed at, but not limited to, children requiring further support with their speech and language, emotional, social, educational, physical and behavioral needs in the year before starting school. The Project can also benefit children who require a second year of 4 year old kinder.
The program is open to children ages 4-6 years old, who are in the year before kinder entry, the year of kinder entry or the first year of school entry.
How The Learning Project Helps
The Project is structured to ensure participation of all children in both larger and small group settings in a nurturing and supportive environment. Programs are developed using the combined expertise of highly experienced educators and industry leading allied health professionals (including speech pathologists, occupational therapists and psychologists) and are focused on helping children develop the following skills: