Child Wellbeing Centre
Perth psychologists, speech pathologists, occupational therapists and Applied Behaviour Analysis (ABA) Therapists.
Our aim is to provide high quality services to children, young people and their families. We offer effective support to enhance children’s social, language, physical, learning, behavioural and emotional development.
If you require more information regarding our psychology, speech pathology and occupational therapy, autism suport and ABA services in Perth, please call our centre today.
Psychologists can help children with emotional, social, learning and behavioural difficulties. Psychologists are able to work directly with children and with their parents and carers
Speech pathologists can help with speech, language, communication and social development of children. Our Centre is able to provide service to children and adolescents.
Occupational Therapists can help with a wide range of day to day skills: including dressing, feeding and toileting,, fine motor skills and sensory regulation.
Our ABA programs are individually tailored to help children develop their communication, daily function and social behaviours. ABA is an appropriate option for children needing intensive intervention.
Making friends and keeping friends can be tricky for some children. The Centre offers a range of group interventions to help children learn important social skills.
Babies need to spend plenty of tummy time on the floor to play. From this they will then develop the muscles to enable them to roll, then crawl (commando) then creep up on all fours. Don’t prop your child to sit! They need to spend several months crawling then creeping as this ensures all of
Our language skills help us communicate in all kinds of places; in the classroom, at home, as well as in social interactions in the playground or the shops. Social communication consists of using language for saying “hello”, ‘thank you”, or telling a story. It also includes being able to change your language (e.g. talking differently
I often have parents telling me, “ My kid just doesn’t listen. He throws a tantrum. He cries and he kicks and yells. He is out of control.” Then they asked me, “ Can ABA therapy work for my child?” My approach usually is, “Tell me more about that crying incident.” I first identify the